“I felt so blessed to play in my first Hyundai A-League game with the Wanderers and am honored that the coaching staff has shown faith in me,” said the young forward.
“All I want to do is repay that faith for their confidence in me."
“I was a bundle of nerves sitting on the bench but the boys like Iacopo La Rocca and Kwabena Appiah tried to keep me nice and relaxed."
“When I was eventually called on by Popa, I was bursting with energy and enthusiasm as I hit the pitch.”
“The best thing about playing for the Wanderers is the support you get from the loyal fans. It is hard to believe that the club is only in its second full season."
“People often think that you enjoy playing at home more, that may be true, but for me the travelling Wanderers fans make every game feel like a home game such is their commitment to their team.”
“You have to forget who you are up against and concentrate on doing the basics right and trusting your ability and the teammates around you.
“I always try and concentrate on three key qualities when approaching my football; determination, attitude and good mental strength are the attributes I live by on and off the pitch, whether at training or on game day."
“You have be professional with every aspect of your game if you want to succeed.”
“The doctor told me that in order to improve my condition I should take up sport so I heeded his advice and dived headfirst into football”
“I speak fluent French and a little Italian also so I’d love to play in the French Ligue 1 someday. Perhaps at PSG but I’m not too fussy!”
“That without doubt would be the Socceroos!"
“To one day play for my country would be the ultimate honour, especially given the high calibre of players who have worn the shirt in the years past."
“My time in the Young Socceroos camp under Paul Okon has been a wonderful experience and I have learnt so much from being around so many talented young players and coaches.”