Kumasi Asante Kotoko midfielder Michael Anaba has told Goal Ghana that it is a big privilege to work under head coach Mas-Ud Didi Dramani.
The 18-year-old who was on target for the Porcupine Warriors over the weekend in the Caf Champions League game against Sony Nguema has been fantastic for the side since he joined them two seasons ago.
Anaba received plaudits from the former Black Maidens coach who took over from Maxwell Konadu before the start of the season.
Dramani’s reign at Kotoko was met with some displeasure from the fans in the beginning due to inconsistent results in the Ghana Premier League but the hardworking enforcer said playing under his current boss at Kotoko has added a lot to his career.
“It is my prayer that every player gets the opportunity to work under Didi and I am telling you, you would have a lot to learn under him,” Anaba told Goal.com Ghana.
Meanwhile, the former Windy Professionals’ player who is making his debut appearance in the biggest club football competition in Africa said the 20-time league champions will make a steady progress in the competition.