Adam Kwarasey has hailed the qualities of his Stromsgodset IF teenage sensation Martin Odegaard, given him a seal of approval to play at the international level.
The attacking midfielder – who became the youngest player to make his debut in Norway’s top flight with his first appearance for the club this year – has all the signs of being a future star with his seriously impressive outings for Stromsgodset.
Not only can Odegaard dribble comfortably around one, two or even three players, but the 15-year-old also creates assists, scores classy goals and is not afraid of showing off some cheeky tricks as well.
The Ghanaian international has backed the midfield magician to earn a national team call-up.
“If there are those who are best in the league, he (Odegaard) is one of them and so should be in the national team,” Kwarasey told TV2
He has been linked with Europe's finest at the tender age of 15, and is already the Norwegian Tippeligaen's most talked-about player.