Ghanaian striker Ernest Asante has downplayed ambitions of winning the top scorer title for the Danish SuperLiga despite his remarkable start.
The 28-year-old is the leading scorer in the SuperLiga having scored five goals in four outings so far this season.
According to the former Feyenoord Academy (Ghana) player, he’s focused on helping his team achieve their goals and played down talks of him clinching the goal king award.
“Im just happy to score goals when it can help the team win. It’s great to score goals, but it’s too early to talk about being top scorer.” Asante told his club’s website.
“We believe a lot about ourselves right now and we are on the pitch to win each time. We will also try this next time.”
“I’m just glad that the team wins again. We have shown that everything is possible when we stand together and help each other. We are highly motivated for ever more. There were not really any expectations for us at the start of the season, but we made it work as a team and that’s what it’s all about. Then everything is possible.”