Olympique Marseille’s key performer Dede Ayew has clinched two Player of the Month titles this year already, but has stated there is more up his sleeves for club and country.
The 2009 U-20 World Cup Champion is the latest winner of his side’s Player of the month prize, recording a remarkable feat.
Dede, a probable candidate for the Summer World Cup, relishes his current fine form and believes lessons from national team mates like Michael Essien and Sulley Muntari had played a key role in his career.
Speaking on Asempa FM on Wednesday, he gave the assurance that his native country, Ghana, is yet to see his full potential.
‘I have not done even half of what I have to offer to the Black Stars.’
He admitted that his early days in the senior national soccer team were not rosy, having come under intense criticism. But he mentioned he considered the bashing as a stepping stone and that could be linked to his success story.
‘The beginning was not easy. I have learnt from the criticisms, rather than allowing them to hurt me. I have been made stronger,’ he added.
By Kofi Owusu Aduonum
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