By Ameenu Shardow, follow on Twitter @alooameenu
Ghanaian youngster Godsway Donyoh wants to follow in the footsteps of his mentor Abdul Majeed Waris in also becoming a key player for the Black Stars.
The 19-year-old has just completed a loan spell at Swedish club Djurgarden IF from Manchester City.
Donyoh will again be loaned out by the English giants as he is yet to qualify for a work permit.
But the Right to Dream Academy graduate dreams of becoming as big as his former academy mate Abdul Majeed Waris.
The Spartak Moscow striker played an integral role in Ghana’s qualification to next year’s World Cup in Brazil.
And Donyoh feels he can reach similar heights as his mentor.
“It is a route I would like to take because Waris was my role model since I was in the academy,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“He was the one I talked to most and he inspires me a lot. He plays the same position as I do so he advices me a lot.
“Even when I was in Sweden, he was advising me because he won the Swedish top scorer the season before so I talk to him a lot because of his experience in that league.
“For him getting into the national team, I think I can do the same because he advices me the same thing he did and I believe one day I will get to the level he is now.”