British-born Ghanaian winger Arvin Appiah is gradually showcasing his quality in Spain after registering his first goal for Almeria in their 2-0 win at Real Zaragoza in the Spanish Segunda division.
The 19-year-old, who swerved English League giants Manchester United to seal a move to Almeria in Spain, is beginning to repay the 8.8 million euros paid to Nottingham Forest for his signature.
The talented England youth wideman appears to be adapting to Spanish football after scoring his first goal since joining.
Almeria are hopeful the winger will develop into a diamond to steer the campaign in the Spanish second-tier.
Appiah has been touted as one of the brightest talents to have emerged from England and made a surprised choice to join Almeria at the expense of the Red Devils last summer.
It’s taken a while for the Ghana-born British youngster to integrate into the team, but he is now hitting the rights coordinates.