Ghanaian prodigy Faisal Adams Billey has described his training exercise with French giants PSG as "huge".
The 18-year-old caught the eye of scouts during a scouting camp in Accra while playing for local side Sportslife FC.
On Friday, he marked the end of his two-week French adventure with 45 minutes of action for PSG's reserves in a 2-2 friendly draw against English side Liverpool.
"It's a huge experience for me to train here. The level is good and I have also learnt a lot," Billey told Goal on Saturday.
"What we do in Ghana is similar at training. The standard is quiet higher here in regards to training programs and facilities.
"My goal is to improve my talent and my game.
"It would be great to be offered a deal because every player wants to play at the highest level."
"I am pleased with his great impact and professionalism at PSG," said Billey’s agent William Owusu Takyi.
"I believe my client will play at the highest level in Europe in few seasons to come.
Billey was adjudged Best Player at the 2015 Stage de l’Africa Scouting Camp.