Loudoun United forward Elvis Amoh eyes MLS move

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Ghanaian forward Elvis Amoh has set sights on making a move to the Major League Soccer next season following his exploits with USL side Loudoun United FC. 

The former Asante Kotoko attacker has been in fine form since the return of the United Soccer League, netting five times in ten games for LUFC.

Amoh is leaving no stone unturned in his second spell with the USL side, and hopes his impressive displays will earn him a move to the top division in the United States.

“The season has been good so far and I am happy to score five goals in the 10 matches that I have played. Now my target is to make a move to the top division which is the MLS next season,” he told sportsworldghana.com.

”I am working very hard towards that and I think my performance for Loudoun United FC will pave a way for me to play in the MLS.” Elvis Amoh concluded.

The 28-year-old netted four times in 14 games during his first spell, but looks more determined with several clubs watching him.

He moved to the United States from Czech National Football League second tier side SK Lizen, having previously played for Asante Kotoko and Canadian outfit Capital City FC.