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 – his first for the Ghanaians.
The 25-year-old has revealed he feels right at home and has no difficulty settling in.
“I am settled in the team not because of yesterday’s performance. The first time I got here, I thought I got settled in the team.
“I was getting used to the players, the players welcomed me and at the same time I thought I’m back home because obviously it’s Ghana.
“I felt at home right away.
“I’m not looking for attention. I’m here to play games and when we win, it’s the greatest feeling of all.
“We’ve won two friendlies now and now we can focus on the tournament. The real challenge now lies ahead.
“Hopefully we can show the same performance that we've shown in the friendlies and win games.”
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.