The Togolese attacker of French descent has praised the effort of his Ghanaian team-mate, saying he has come with “a lot of speed and depth” in the attack
Togo international and team-mate of Abdul Majeed Waris, Mathieu Dossevi, has showered praises on the Ghanaian striker, describing him as a good and versatile forward who will succeed in his career.
Waris has netted six times in 10 games for Valenciennes since his January loan move and has so far been one of the best winter signings in the Ligue 1.
“It is true that we have done a lot of good things recently. Waris is already doing his job: he scores. But he also brings a lot of speed and depth, what we lacked before. It allows us to play behind the lines a little more in the opposing camp, and keep the ball a little more,” Dossevi told Francefootball.
“He is a tonic player and very generous in his efforts. He scores and offers many possibilities. He is good for us. I hope Majeed Waris goes far.”
The Right to Dream Academy graduate and former BK Hacken striker has already stated his desire to remain in France.