The Ghana international has proven to his head coach that he deserves to start after his stellar performance Sunday that gave them a deserving win
The former Hearts of Oak goal poacher was left on the bench in their game against Valeranga a fortnight ago which caused a defender to criticise the coach.
“It is not easy to come from Africa and adapt easily to European football style,” Otoo said to nrk.no. “But I have not been frustrated. In Ghana, I played for a top club so there is no pressure on me here.”
“Here in Sogndal I have therefore worked hard in training to make the coach know that I deserve to start.”
Sunday’s goal was Otoo’s first in the league and he is hoping to score more next season as the term is almost closed.