The agent of Ghana’s Africa Cup of Nations-bound striker Richmond Boakye-Yiadom says the youngster is still on the learning curve.
The 19-year-old came off the bench to score in Thursday’s 3-0 warm-up match against Egypt in Abu Dhabi.
Boakye has now scored two goals in four appearances for the Black Stars and expected to play a key role at the Nations Cup finals.
The former Ghana U20 striker is down the pecking order of strikers for the tournament.
“Richmond has the potential but he wants to bide his time,” Fifa agent Oliver Arthur told MTNFootball.com
“He has been in top form in the Serie B but the player is not getting carried away.
“Playing in the Africa Cup of Nations require some grit and he must learn that in camp.”
Boakye scored nine goals in 15 appearances for his Serie B side Sassuolo before the winter break.