Cyprus-based winger Enoch Ebo Andoh says he is keen on breaking into the Ghana U20 squad for the next year’s African Youth Championship.
The 19-year-old was a member of the unsuccessful 2011 squad that failed to progress beyond the first round in South Africa.
Andoh, who joined AEL Limassol, the Cypriot champions, from Portuguese giants FC Porto in June has been in fine shape featuring in two out of Limassol’s opening three games of the season.
The nimble-footed former King Faisal playmaker believes his swashbuckling form for Limassol can win him a place in Maxwell Konadu’s team.
“I still fall under the U20 category and can play for them at the African Youth Championship. I believe that my form is going to win me a place in the team for the tournament in Algeria.” He said.
Ghana defeated Morocco 4-1 in the first leg of the final round of qualifiers in Tamale on Sunday.