Anderlecht forward Jérémy Doku says he keeps working hard always to enable him become one of the best world footballers.
The Ghanaian international, who has been tipped by connoisseurs of the game to be the next Eden Hazard has recently struggled to command starting berth at Anderlecht and says he will keep working hard to help him accomplish his dreams of making history at the club despite not doing so well of late.
Both Francis Amuzu and myself have continued to work hard, I had to give more decisive passes. Together with Pär Zetterberg and Floribert Ngalula, efficiency was worked on and it paid off,, said the younger who had already represent Belgium at the various youth levels.
Doku, has so far this season scored twice with one assist to his credit.
“We have continued to work hard and that paid off. It is just a pity that we could not keep the three points.”
“I talked a lot with Vincent Kompany and Frank Vercauteren when I was not part of the selection. Hopefully I’m off now. I am also starting to do my things on the right. There is now a difficult program to follow. But we are going to prepare like any game. We remain focused and focused to win as much as possible. ”
Both Jeremy Doku and Francis Amuzu are eligible to feature for the Black Stars of Ghana despite featuring for the Belgians at the various youth levels.