Swedish-born Ghanaian teenager Kofi Fosuhene Asare says he is looking forward to making his Allsvenskan debut season with Djurgardens IF ahead of the 2021/22 league season in the summit of Swedish football competition.
The 18-year-old, who has been drafted into the First-team by managers Kim Hilding Bergstrand & Thomas Lagerlöf, has expressed his readiness to play in the Swedish elite division as he sounds positive for an impressive campaign.
Asare was left oozing with confidence ahead of the new football season following his strike in his side's 6-2 mauling of IK Sirius in a club's friendly on Wednesday.
''That is the goal, I hope to be able to make an Allsvenskan debut as soon as possible. It's tough competition so it's pretty tough actually. I hope so and I'm ready. If they call me the day before, I'm ready,'' the former Hammarby IF youth star told Swedish football outlet FotbollDirekt
Asare recently penned a two-year contract extension with Djurgardens IF following his outstanding performances with the youth ranks.
The Swedish-born forward is still eligible to represent Ghana at the internatonal stage despite featuring for the Swedish national U17 side.