Ghanaian youngster, Dauda Mohammed has admitted that he has improved a lot since moving to Europe to continue his football career.
The former Asante Kotoko gaol poacher had a slow start to his career in Europe, after joining Anderlecht in 2017.
"I simply don’t agree with that even though I never know what might have happened but there’s no place to develop well than Europe. I know I didn’t have a lot of chances in Anderlecht but I’ve learned a lot there and it has improved me to become a better player," he told footballlmadeinghana.com
The striker is currently on loan at Dutch side Vittesse Arnhem where he has already scored twice in six games.
He admits being happy in Holland.
"I’m really happy and excited being in this country and playing in one of the best leagues in Europe and Eredivise is a good competition. It’s really tactical and more offensive minded and the teams love to play and keep possession," he said.