Ghana U20 star Clifford Aboagye says he is enjoying playing a leading role in the team at the African Youth Championships.
The 20-year-old is the only surviving member of the 2013 crop in the current Black Satellites’ squad.
Aboagye is expected to use his experience – having played in the same competition two years ago – to guide the side to continental success in Senegal.
The on-loan Udinese player at Spanish club Granada insists he is under no pressure being one of the leaders of the side.
“This is my second time at this tournament so I am not under any pressure,” he said.
“I have confidence in myself and I have been able to adapt to the team since I joined two weeks ago.
“They [teammates] see me as a senior player because I have played in this tournament and the World Cup before.
“So I give them my advice as a senior player to help guide them.”
Aboagye was adjudged one of the best players at the 2013 U20 World Cup in Turkey where Ghana finished third.
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