Ghanaian forward Sheriff Deo Mohammed has set sights on qualifying his new club F.C Arouca to the second-highest division of the Portuguese football league LigaPro.
Sheriff, 26, currently plays in the, Campeonato de Portugal with FC Arouca and hopes to help the team restore their lost fame in Portugal.
The former Inter Allies striker, joined F.C Arouca last year in the summer transfer from FC Stumbras.
The Ghanaian international has since been one of the club’s star performers, netting three goals in his last seven matches and one in the Portuguese Cup.
F.C Arouca currently atop the Campeonato de Portugal Group B log with 55 points after match day twenty-three  as they chase qualification to the
LigaPro in the 2019/2020 season.
Speaking exclusively in an interview with SportsworldGhana.com, the former Ghana Premier League striker expressed excitement about his current form and promised he would do his best for FC Arouca to make their qualification dream a reality.
” I am ok so far with my performance at the club but I want to do more to help the club book qualification to the next Division next season which his the LigaPro,” he said.
”This is a club with rich history that have even played in the Europa League before but unfortunately have been relegated to the lower division and we the playing body are doing our very best to help the club return to the top division,” added Deo Mohammed.