By Ameenu Shardow
Ghana U-20 goalkeeper Felix Annan is ‘anxious’ to help the team seal qualification to the African Youth Championship.
The Black Satellites left Accra early Wednesday morning to take on Morocco in the second leg game of the final qualifier to be played on Sunday in Rabat.
Ghana holds a healthy 4-1 advantage recorded in the first leg played in Tamale going into the return encounter this weekend.
A clean sheet will see the Black Satellites qualify for their third straight finals to be hosted by Algeria next year.
And Annan who is key to achieving this feat admits he feels some anxiety towards the game on Sunday.
“It is not going to be easy becuase they are playing at home and they will have all the support behind them,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“The clean sheet is very important becuase when you get that then you are assured of qualification.
“I’m just anxious to get the clean sheet. I am physically and mentally prepared for that.
“I will take it cool and listen to instructions and most importantly do my part to help the team progress.”