Ex Ghana midfielder Eric Addo traveled to Belgium a fortnight ago to inspire the players of his former team Club Brugge including Ghanaian youngster Enoch Adu Kofi.
The former PSV Eindhoven man spent a successful three-year spell with the Blue Blacks during his active days.
Addo is considered one of the big stars to have passed through Club Brugge and was therefore invited to help inspire the current crop in their bid to reclaim the Belgian top flight.
And the 34-year-old seems to have made a huge impact on the players with his visit.
“Everyone was excited to have met him as he is a very known face here in Belgium,” Club Brugge’s Ghanaian midfielder Adu Kofi told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“For me personally, I was very happy to meet him. We spoke over a wide range of issues even including our private lives.
“He went about things in a very relaxed mood but ended up lifting our spirits. He is truly a very great guy and made a lasting impression on me.”
Brugge have mounted a serious challenge to reclaim the Belgian league – which will be their first in over eight years.
Juan Carlos Garrido’s side are currently second behind Standard Liege after seven rounds of games in the Belgian Pro-League.