Kumasi Asante Kotoko’s goalkeeper Felix Annan has told Goal.com Ghana he wants to take his time to develop whiles eying another first team appearance with the Porcupines.
The Ghana Under-20 shot-stopper has made two appearances this season for the Porcupine Warriors in October 2012 in a league game against Berekum Arsenals and Berekum Chelsea.
The 19-year-old has had a torrid time in the 2012-2013 Ghana Premier League term competing with the likes of experienced first team goalkeepers Abdoulaye Soulama and Isaac Amoako in the red shirt.
The former Feyernord last line of defence, who is saddened by the events, said he will be delighted if given the chance to showcase his talent because he believes he has a lot to offer Kotoko.
“It has been a little disappointing for me to have played just two games this season,” Annan told Goal.com Ghana. “It hasn't been easy competing with such experience goalkeepers but I have always tried to give my best.”
“It worries me sometimes not to play but I get motivated by the fact that, I am young and can learn a lot from them. I really trust in the Lord and surely know very soon I will get another chance. Gods time will be the best for me.”
Annan also hints at pushing for regular playing time next season if Kotoko’s opportunity never comes.
“Getting the No. 1 position next season will be something special for me, but if not then I will get playing time elsewhere. I will accept if the club is bringing in good offer. Because I know I have a lot in me to show and it's just a matter of time. God always knows best for me,” he added.
Annan was part of Ghana’s U20 team that won silver in the just ended Africa Youth Championship in Algeria.