BK Hacken manager Peter Gerhardsson has described Ghana sensation Nasiru Mohammed as an unbelievable talent after his explosive displays in the Swedish Allsvenskan.
The 18-year-old Ghana U20 star has been hogging the headlines in Swedish top-tier after scoring three times in two games for BK Hacken in their victories against Åtvidaberg and Elfsborg.
He has been the stand-out player among new acquisitions Philip Pivkovski from Blackburn Rovers and Jimmy Dixon from Turkish side Maniaspor.
Nasiru came off the bench to mastermind the 4-2 victory over leaders Elfsborg at the Rambergsvallen; scoring a brace before underlining his ingenuity with an audacious back-heel in the 5-2 drubbing of Åtvidaberg.
Hacken manager Peter Gerhardsson says Nasiru has immeasurable abilities.
“In addition to the technical, he is extremely focused and a serious guy who wants to learn a lot and take very great responsibility of development. The supplies are not always in young talent. We will do everything to help him, but with his character and his understanding of the game as he is already well ahead” He told fotbolldirekt.se.
The former Ghana U17 captain joined the Gothenburg-based side from Ghanaian third-tier side Rainbow FC on a three-month-loan contract.
Hacken are keen to offer him a four-year permanent deal before the end of the season.