The winger is delighted to have scored his first goal for Ghana and has promised to produce same performance and even better at the 2013 AfconAlbert Adomah has said scoring his first goal for Ghana marks the beginning of what he intends to do in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa.
The 24-year-old scored his debut goal for the Black Stars against Tunisia which wrapped up Ghana’s second half comeback with John Boye, Mubarak Wakaso and captain Asamoah Gyan all on target in the game played behind closed doors on Sunday.
Adomah, who operated as a winger made his speed count as he also provided an assist to Gyan’s goal, and he is delighted about his contribution to the team so far.
“Yesterday [Sunday] was exciting for me, scoring my first goal for Ghana and hopefully I can carry on scoring more goals,” the Bristol City winger said.
“For me as a winger if I score goals is a bonus and if it helps the team then is great as well because I’m here to create and score as well.”
Adomah was quick to point out that he will operate within his means and would not want to get ahead of himself, despite the high ratings he has received from pundits.
“I’m not here looking for attention. I’m here to play games and when we win is the greatest feeling of all. We won two friendlies and now we can just focus on the tournament because we have confidence going into the tournament that is where the real challenge is, hopefully, we can show the same performance that we have done in the friendly games and win games”