Ghanaian international Kwame Poku Adubofour is confident that his team Peterborough United will survive the English second tier.
The newly promoted side are at the bottom of the Championship but Poku insists they can go all out in their remaining fixtures and remain in the league.
“There’s a lot of confidence in the side. It’s a really good group of players and all we are thinking of right now is getting a win on Saturday. We believe we can get points from all our remaining games. That’s what we are concentrating on.” Poku told Telegraph
“We delivered a big performance against Luton after the disappointment of the Middlesbrough game and we should have won the game. We just couldn’t quite get it done, but it was a big stepping stone ahead of Saturday’s game.”
“I was happy with the way I played. I was just missing a goal. I’m keen to get that first goal for the club. I like the number 10 role because I like to be involved with the chance to create and score goals.”
“I’ve been in and out of the side a bit, but I just want to keep improving and I’m enjoying all the training sessions.” He added.
Poku has played fourteen Championship games this season providing one assist.