Former Ghana U20 defender Joseph Aidoo has been given massive endorsement by fellow Genk team mate and defensive partner Omar Colley for his stupendous performance for the Belgian side this season.
The former Inter Allies defender has been magnificent for Genk since joining in the summer, playing 12 matches consistently and scoring 2 goals in the process.
Colley believes his defensive partner, Aidoo, has been an excellent pair and has even tipped him to leave the club soon due to his magnificent show.
"We understand each other very well and attract a lot with each other,” Colley said.
The bond between the two goes beyond the field of play with Colley revealing he drives Aidoo in Belgium since he doesn’t have a license.
“Because Aidoo does not have a driver's license, I am also his driver, he is without his family in Belgium, which is why he often eats", says Colley in Het Belang van Limburg .
In any case, Colley is convinced that his mate will eventually make an absolute top transfer.
"I do it all for free, the only thing I want from him is his shirt, when he is working at an international top club."