By Patrick Akoto
Ghana goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey says he is not in a rush to seek a move to a stellar European club.
The 24-year-old glovesman has attracted interest from a number top European outfits after impressing heavily for Stromgodest this term.
The Norwegian outfit sits atop of the Eliteserien League with 9 matches left and the former Valerenga shot-stopper’s main focus is to help Stromgodest qualify to the Uefa Champions League next season.
“We have nine matches left and we are on top of the league so hopefully we can stay there and win the League and qualify for Europe League next season,” Kwarasey told Radio XYZ
“I am not desperate for a move. I am enjoying life at where I am right now. We are playing good football and winning matches.
“I will keep developing and I will take one step at a time until the time comes for me to move.”
Kwarasey was in-between the sticks when the Black Stars laboured to beat Malawi 2-0 in the first leg of the 2013 African Cup of Nations qualifier at home.