West Africa Football Academy striker, Justus Torsutsey says he wants to be counted among the top forwards when the 2020/21 Ghana premier league ends.
The military man has scored 4 goals in the ongoing season for the Academy boys.
The 28-year-old, who joined WAFA from Sekondi Hasaacas has been a toast of the club’s sizable followers in the past eight games.
Torsutse wants to be rated high at the end of the season.
“I will say it’s discipline, dedication and hardwork.
“You take every game by a game so when the time comes I just take my time and meditate on the match and try to put my utmost in there.
“I will say it’s a season so when the season comes, there always an atmosphere of every culture in the team.
“When we the boys are blended up it’s like we the new ones are also blended because we are not straight from the Academy.
“So we are working things out.
“Their [fans] expectation should be like, I will be counted among the best strikers when the league ends.” Justus Torsutsey said.
Torsutse has previously played for Ebusua Dwarfs and Sekondi Hasaacas before joining WAFA.
WAFA currently lie 6th on the league log with 42 points from 27 games.
They will be at their Sogakope Park but in an away game against Liberty Professionals in match day 28.