Manchester City loaned youngster Donyoh eyes a spot in goal king race in Sweden

The Ghanaian youngster has set for himself targets for the season and he hopes to accomplish all of them including the goal king prize
Young Ghana international Godsway Donyoh is eyeing a place in the goal king race in the Swedish Allsvagen League where he is on a season-long loan with Djurgarden.

The 18-year-old striker who is owned by English Premiership giants Manchester City is well convinced that he will be able to achieve his target for the season.

“My main aim for the season is to be among the top four goal scorers in the league when it draws to a close,” Donyoh exclusively told Ghana.

“I am doing my best and I know I will be able to achieve that feat, though I am yet to make my debut in the league. I know it will not be long for me to hit the ground running.”

Donyoh added: “As a young player, my colleagues in the team particularly senior man Yussif Alhassan Chibsah and Daniel Amartey have been so helpful to me, they are really good people.”

“My other target is to also catch the eyes of coach Sellas Tetteh through hard work as I want to play for Ghana in the Under-20 World Cup in Turkey.”

Donyoh, was groomed at the famous Right to Dream football Academy in Ghana.