By ameenu Shardow
Solomon Asante says he is not getting carried away with the flurry of praises coming his way at the Black Stars’ training sessions.
The Berekum Chelsea winger has been one of the most impressive players since the team commenced non-residential preparations towards the 2014 World Cup qualifiers against Lesotho and Zambia.
Asante who was handed a late call to replace injured Albert Adomah was one of three local players to get on the score sheet when the Black Stars beat third tier side Prampram United in a trial game on Wednesday.
He is already being touted as a sure bet to make the final cut for the games against Lesotho and Zambia on June 1 and June 9 respectively following his impressive performances.
But the two-time Burkina Faso Premier League Goal King says he is just taking the praises in his stride and is only looking to give off his best whenever called upon.
“I am very happy playing in the Black Stars team and the senior players and the coaches have been encouraging me a lot,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“I am not swollen headed because this is just my maiden call and I only hope it is the beginning of bigger things.
“It depends on the coaches, if they think my performance is good enough I will make the cut but if not then there are other opportunities in future.”