Ghanaian winger Eric Ocansey says his dream is to wear the red jersey of EPL giants Manchester United.
Ocansey, 21 recently signed for Kortrijk from fellow Belgian Jupiler League club AS Eupen.
“Manchester United is my dream and one day I may join the Premier League,” Ocansey told Wallfoot
“To play for the Black Stars is a very real thing at the corner of my head. The Black Stars is a very high level and I must continue to work hard.”
Touching on his move to Kortrijk, Ocansey stressed that he needed a new challenge after four years.
“I am very happy with the opportunity that has been offered to me by Kortrijk. I wanted to just join a new club, sometimes you feel like seeking a different challenge,” he added.
“With all due respect to Eupen, Kortrijk is a level above and everything that comes of this club reminds me of it.”
Ocansey started his career at Aspire Academy in Senegal before being sent to Belgium in 2015. He is the younger brother of former Great Olympics skipper Michael Ocansey as well as AC Horoya captain Mandela Ocansey
By Edmund Okai Gyimah, Daily Mail GH