Ghanaian midfielder Enoch Adu Kofi has rubbished reports he is being courted to play for the Danish national team.
Reports have emerged that the 22-year-old will be approached by the Danish FA with the offer following Kofi’s continued Black Stars snub.
But the ex Ghana youth international who has seen a surge in his form since joining Nordsjaelland in 2010 says the reports are false.
“There have been absolutely no contact with any official of the Danish FA so I honestly don’t know where these reports are coming from,” he told MTNFootball.com.
“I have not even spent enough years in Denmark for me to obtain citizenship to subsequently play for their (Danish) national team.
“I however have no intentions whatsoever to play for Denmark. I want to play for the Black Stars and I have never hidden that.
“It will be a dream come true to represent my nation as a Ghanaian and that is where my focus is.”
Adu Kofi has grown to be an integral for Nordsjaelland since arriving from French club OGC Nice.
He helped the side with their first Premier League title last season and is currently one of the main features of the Farum-based side in this year’s UEFA Champions League.
The ex Liberty Professionals player represented Ghana at the 2007 World U-17 Championships in the Korea Republic – where he helped the Black Starlets to the semi finals.