By Patrick Akoto
Ghana winger Albert Adomah says he feels right at home with the Black Stars after he netted his debut goal for the team in their 4-2 win over Tunisia on Sunday.
The Bristol City star came on the in second half to wrap up the important comeback with the fourth goal â€“ his first for the Ghanaians.
The 25-year-old has revealed he feels right at home and has no difficulty settling in.
â€œI am settled in the team not because of yesterdayâ€™s performance. The first time I got here, I thought I got settled in the team.
â€œI was getting used to the players, the players welcomed me and at the same time I thought Iâ€™m back home because obviously itâ€™s Ghana.
â€œI felt at home right away.
â€œIâ€™m not looking for attention. Iâ€™m here to play games and when we win, itâ€™s the greatest feeling of all.
â€œWeâ€™ve won two friendlies now and now we can focus on the tournament. The real challenge now lies ahead.
â€œHopefully we can show the same performance that we've shown in the friendlies and win games.â€
The Black Stars will leave for South Africa on Wednesday where they will be based in Port Elizabeth to play DR Congo, Mali and Niger.