Nordsjaelland midfielder Enoch Adu Kofi is savouring his Champions League experience despite his team’s inability to get beyond the group stage.
The Ghanaian was a regular feature for the Danish champions who failed to win a single game in their debut season in Europe.
Nordsjaelland drawn in a tough Group E alongside defending champions Chelsea, Serie-A holders Juventus and Ukrainian giants Shakhtar Donetsk could only manage a single point from the six matches played.
But the 22-year-old refuses to be downed by the dreadful result secured and says it is a worthwhile experience.
“We played very well throughout the campaign but unfortunately for us results didn’t come our way,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“It is a good experience we have gathered and we have learnt a lot of lessons unfortunately for us again through the hard way.”
The former OGC Nice defensive midfielder believes Nordsjaelland will emerge a more stronger side from their failed European bid to help their domestic title defence.
“Now our focus is back on the league and I believe we are a more stronger side than we were before,” he adds.
“Hopefully we’ll retain our championship to secure a return to the Champions League next year.”