Ghanaian midfielder Enoch Adu Kofi has said he has a mission to fulfill at Stabaek and is looking forward to the start of the Norwegian Tippeligaen.
The former Ghana Under-17 and U20 playmaker joined the Norwegian side on loan from Club Brugge during the winter and hopes to help the team to win laurels.
“I hope it will go well. This is very important both for me and for the club. Anything can happen in football, and it's up to me to work hard for it to go well so that everyone wins,” he told Footafrica.
“Everything went very well. The team is young and talented. I am very happy to have finally started here. My objective is to achieve the best this season. I hope to help the team to achieve good results and also win the league.”
Kofi added: “The situation was not ideal in Brugge, because I did not play much. A loan is a good option to find playing time and Stabaek was interested, so I came here.”
The former Liberty Professionals player has also featured for French side OJ Nice and Danish side Nordsjaelland.