Sensational Ghanaian youngster Shadrach Eghan claims spiritual growth forms the cornerstone of his fine form to the start of the season.
The 19-year-old has netted three times and provided five assists for FC Twente Enschede in their season.
On Sunday, the Akosombo-born grabbed a brace and set up a penalty for Luc Tadic as they posted a 5-0 win over ten-man FC Groningen in a Dutch Eredivisie game.
Eghan reveals his firm believes in spiritual virtues and also talks about his form and the loss at Heerenveen in the Dutch Cup on midweek.
“I love to read books and train. My brains I also listen to motivators, such as Les Brown. For me it is important that I also spiritual growth. Besides the regular football training is also good to train for football,” he said.
The former Ghana U20 trialist feels his side learnt well from the defeat at Heerenveen.
“I think that we made many mistakes and they make you stronger. We learn from our mistakes, have worked and came back stronger today. That’s very important for us. ”
“It feels good to be FC Twente. The important thing for us is to play dominant. We tried and that gave us good moments during the match. The trainer told us that we must have in their possession the ball as much as possible and the first ball right to play forward, because we naturally play to score.”