Black Stars midfielder Mohammed Kudus believes he still has a lot to improve on when it comes to playing for the national team.
In 18 games for the senior national team since making his Black Stars debut under Kwasi Appiah, Kudus has scored five goals.
Despite being one of Ghana’s most important players in the years following his debut, Kudus claims Ghanaians have not yet realized all of his potentials.
“What you see now is just the beginning,” he said on Star Connect.
“I am motivated to do more because I believe I can do more than I am doing now. There is still a part of my game that I can improve.”
Kudus will look to make those words count when the Black Stars take part in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.