Former Ghana youth striker Kwame Nsor wants to bang in more goals for Uniao Madeira in the Portuguese second-tier after a fine start which has seen him net 11 times so far this season.
Nsor, who is on a long-season loan from Ligue 1 outfit Metz, revealed that the Portuguese League is good for him as he is gradually getting to his full potential.
The striker who featured on loan at Belgian side Seraing last season maintains he is keeping focus and will continue to work hard with his future set to be determined in the summer.
“The season has been good so far and I am enjoying the level here. Presently, I have netted 11 goals and I am looking forward to increase the tally,” Nsor told Starrsportsgh.com
“Portugal is a perfect avenue as the league is very competitive. It is also good for young players as it attracts scouts from all over the World.”
“I am just keeping cool and will do well to score the goals. In June when my loan deal ends, we will see what happens.”
Nsor was key for Metz when they secured promotion back to the French elite division two seasons ago but two serious knee Injuries made him to seek for loan moves upon his return.