Adam Kwarasey: I’m not rushing to move to the major European leagues

The last line of defense wants to stay in Norway for sometime as he sets sight on winning the domestic top flight this season
Ghana’s number one goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey has said he will not rush for a move to the mainstream European league.

The 24-year-old who plies his trade in Norway with Stromsgodset said his main aim is to play in the Uefa Champions League with his club next season.

Stromsgodset are currently leading the table with nine matches left to end the season.

“I am not desperate at all,” Kwarasey told Accra based Radio XYZ. “I am enjoying life where I am now because we play good football and keep on winning matches.”

“I keep on developing and I am taking it one step at a time until the time comes for me to move.”

The Godset have had a better season so far after finishing eighth last term and Kwarasey said he is bent on helping his side to clinch the title and play in the next edition of the elite inter-club competition of Uefa.