Ghana midfielder Isaac Telly Shaze says he is happy with his performance so far in the Swedish league.
He said he will continue to train hard to put up more fantastic performance as he dreams of playing for Valencia in the next few years.
The 21-year-old midfielder netted a double on Saturday night for his club Ostersunds FK at the Jamkraft Arena as they drew 2-2 with FF Falkenberg who are on top of the Superattan league and also earned the man-of-the-match award.
“I want to keep on working hard and score more goals for my team as I also dream of playing for Spanish side Valencia whom I have supported all my life in the next few years,” Shaze exclusively told Goal Ghana.
"I don’t have a goal scoring target but I want to keep my head up and performance high and the goals will flow by the grace of Allah.”
The former Right to Dream Academy, Evasham United, Forest Green and All England University player missed the first six matches of the season through injury and has bounced back to be one of the stars in the setup of coach Graham Potter scoring three goals.
His club Ostersunds FK play Assyriska FF next weekend.