Adomah aims to impress to earn more caps

Albert Adomah

Wed, 3 Aug 2011 Source: GFA

Albert Adomah feels good form on his senior debut will see him earn more match time with the Black Stars.

The Bristol City player has been named in Goran Stevanovic's 19-man squad for next Tuesday's friendly with Nigeria in Watford.

"I have to continue playing the way I do at Bristol. I am very direct, skilful and fast. When I get the chance I have to show my ability so everyone can see what I am capable of doing," Adomah told local radio, Kessben FM.

"I know how to play football. I really do. I play a bit like Dede Ayew in the Black Stars team. I like Ronaldinho, Zidane and then of Cristiano Ronaldo."

"I follow Asamoah Gyan a lot because of his exploits at Sunderland, Sulley Muntari and Dede Ayew. I make it a point to watch them but I have never met anyone of them personally before so I would love to meet them for the first time. I will take a lot of pictures and show them to my mum and dad," he added.

Adomah further adds that the chance to play for Ghana is a wonderful opportunity.

"I first heard the news from my mum and my dad before the letter came through from the Ghana FA. I was really delighted with it.

"I have been waiting for it but did not think it will come this early. When I see the Black Stars on TV, I support them and always told myself I can play with them."

Source: GFA