Ghanaian attacker David Accam has heaped praises on rising star Mohammed Kudus and has insisted that the youngster will be one of the forces to be reckoned with in football, Ghanasoccernet reported.
Accam and Kudus are both Right to Dream Academy graduates but have both gone on to explore different paths of their careers respectively.
While Accam has gone on to ply his trade in the Major League Soccer (MLS); where he holds the record of being the first Ghanaian player to score a hattrick at the club, Kudus is currently enjoying his football with FC Nordsjaelland.
The 19-year-old has scored 9 goals and provided an assist in what has been a breakthrough season in the Danish Superliga.
“I think this guy his ceiling is unmatchable, he is got a long ceiling and with the right attitude, hard work and discipline, I think he can go far.
"He’s got like a huge talent and I don’t think people have a seen a lot of him yet, but as I said with the right attitude, hard work and discipline, he’s got so much to achieve,” Accam said.