The 25-year-old attributes his contract extension at the Spanish second tier side purely due to hard work and dedication
Ghanaian goalkeeper, Brimah Razak says Spanish second tier side; CD Guadalajara extended his contract because of his hard work and excellent performances.
The 25-year-old was signed late last year for a short deal which would have expired this summer.
His arrival was due to the goalkeeping crisis at the club following an injury to the number one choice.
However, his performances made him the first option even after the recovery of the other goalkeeper.
CD Guadalajara have extended Razak’s stay until the summer of 2015.
“I have always worked hard and performed very well, that is why the club have decided to extend my stay.
“I am loved by everyone here including the technical team, players and the fans at large,” the former Nania Fc goalkeeper told Goal.com Ghana.
Razak is also dreaming of playing in the Spanish top flight soon.
“My dream is for Guadalajara to qualify to the La Liga within the next two years.
“My other wish is to play for the Black Stars of Ghana so I will continue to work hard to earn a call up,” the former Tenerife goalie added,