FC Nordsjælland midfielder Godsway Donyoh has signed a two-year contract extension that will keep him at the club until 2021.
Donyoh, 24, has been a key figure at the Right to Dream Park since joining in 2016 from English giants Manchester City.
Despite suffering continuous injuries, he has registered 23 goals in 57 games for the Wild Tigers.
The Ghanaian sensation had an excellent start last season but was hit by a knee injury in September that kept him out for most of the season.
In the new season, however, the midfielder has so far scored 7 goals for the club, 6 in the Super League and 1 in the Europa League.
His contract with Kasper Hjulmand’s side was due to expire next year.
Godsway started his career at the Right to Dream Academy in Ghana before moving on to Manchester City in 2013, which initially hired him to Djurgården IF and later Falkenberg in Allsvenskan before becoming a permanent shift to FC Nordsjælland .
Watch below a mini documentary about Godsway Donyoh’s injury and comeback.