Rochdale winger Kwadwo Baah insists he is being swayed away despite supposed interest from other clubs.
The 17-year-old attacker has been lively for Rochdale this season scoring thrice and providing one assist in eleven League 1 games and has already been linked with clubs including Middlesbrough and Hertha Berlin.
However, the budding teenager maintains that he is not getting carried away by being on the radar of other clubs as he continues to work hard.
.“I’ve heard quite a few rumours about other clubs being interested but that’s not really important to me right now,” Baah told Guardian. “What’s important is carrying on playing at Rochdale, scoring more goals and getting more recognition. There are certain areas I need to improve on but there’s more to come and I can show people what I’m made of.
“Rochdale have made me realise that I have to grow up and my behaviour has improved. I’ve matured a lot and I don’t do the stuff that I used to do when I was young. I’m around the senior players and you have to be professional. It’s had a massive impact on me growing up. One day I could end up in the Premier League, you never know.”
Baah is eligible to play for Ghana and England at any level though he is yet to be capped by any of the countries.