Ghana’s heroic goalkeeper at the just ended CHAN, Stephen Adams Adams claims he is ready to compete for the number 1 spot in the Black Stars ahead of the FIFA World Cup.
The Aduana Stars glovesman who stood out in the Ghana team after exceptional displays at the tournament in South Africa insists he is emotionally and psychologically ready to take up the challenge should the mantle fall on him.
The 29-year-old goalkeeper told ghanasportsonline.com “Am ever ready to compete and take up the challenge of been the number one for Ghana whenever the call comes”.
“Nobody expected me to perform like how I did in this tournament but I tried my best and proved my worth so am ever ready for a bigger challenges like that because we are all footballers and we all want to represent our nation”.
“My confidence has shot up and I believe what I need now is to keep the consistency and keep myself in shape and await what the coaches will do because I have done my job and the rest is their job so I cannot interfere in that,” he added.
Adams won the Ghana Premier goalkeeper of the year in 2010 after dramatically winning the top flight with Aduana stars conceding just 15 goals throughout the season.