Ghana striker Mathew Amoah believes Christian Atsu will be the main man for Ghana at the 2014 World Cup.
The 21-year-old is still growing into his own haven shown a lot of promise in his early international career with the Black Stars.
Atsu’s immense potential led English giants Chelsea to make a move for him – signing the youngster on a five-year deal from FC Porto.
The ex Rio Ave loanee has however been farmed out on a season’s-long loan deal at Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem to aid his development.
The Eredivisie is currently enjoying from the Ghanaian’s dazzling skill – helping maintain Vitesse retain top spot after 15 games.
And Amoah who played for Ghana at its two previous World Cups believes time is rife for the youngster to step up to the plate at next year’s grand event in Brazil.
“I think Atsu is a very strong player, even if he is still very young,” Amoah told Sports Xtra.
“He’s good dribbler, very quick and posses some very good technique.
“He has a great future ahead of him in my opinion and he will help Ghana at the World Cup.”