By Patrick Akoto
Paul Addo has become an important piece for Norwegian side Bryne since he joined during the January transfer window.
The 23-year-old joined the second-tier side after completing a season-long loan at Strommen.
The Ghanaian international has shown class in the two games that he has featured in, drawing lots of praise from manager Gaute Larsen.
“Paul has given us more experience, he is rock solid,” he said.
The left-back opted not to continue his stay with his parent club Odd Grenland and feels he made the right choice.
“I like it here and think Bryne has the potential to go up in the playoffs,” he told Eve magazine.
“When Bryne contacted me, I felt that it was right, and the first two weeks have shown that I have come to a good team with a good coach.
"We are getting better and better throughout the season."
Addo has slotted in at the club nicely and has solved the club’s problematic left-back role.
The former Ghana Under-17 captain has not hidden his desire to play for the Black Stars at the World Cup in Brazil.