The 21-year-old budding shot-stopper wants to grab an opportunity of his life time after receiving a late call-up to the Ghana team that will face Zambia on Friday
Medeama goalkeeper Foli Adade is upbeat about his debut late call-up to the Black Stars for the 2014 World Cup qualifier against Zambia.
Adade was drafted into the Ghana team as a replacement for Norway-based Adam Kwarasey, who pulled out of the squad due to a groin injury.
The local Black Stars shot-stopper said he would not let the chance go waste.
“I feel so great because this is an opportunity I have been waiting for, I think that this is the time and I need to grab it well and be serious,” Adade told Accra-based Joy FM.
“I’m going there to do my best and will leave the rest to the officials but I know all will go well.”
He is part of the team in Kumasi at the moment after training with team on Tuesday evening at the Accra Sports Stadium.