Ghanaian youngster Divine Naah says he is impressed by the quality of the Dutch top flight after managing two starts for NAC Breda.
The 18-year-old joined the Eredivisie club on loan from Manchester City during the winter transfer period.
The move was to give the talented midfielder more exposure and experience with regular top flight European football.
The Ghana U20 star seems to be an a row since making his debut earlier this month after going on to make two back-to-back starts for NAC.
Naah, nicknamed ‘Mallam’ is raving over the quality of the Dutch top flight.
“The Dutch Eredivise is actually very high than I expected, we have very young players in the league with great talents and that cannot be said of some of the leagues in Europe,” he told Footballmadeinghana.
“I am happy to be starting more games now. I have to continue the hard working to keep a position.
“NAC Breda Is a nice club and I have a good relationship with the coach and he is helping me a lot.”
Naah joined Manchester City last year from the Right to Dream Academy.
He was however immediately loaned out to Norwegian club Stromsgodset before joining NAC Breda earlier this year in another loan stint.
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