BK Hacken striker Kwame Kizito has revealed that he is hoping his pre-season form will improve his chances of getting regular playing time in the upcoming Allsvenskan league campaign.
The Ghanaian International has been in fine form since they started their pre-season campaign in preparation towards the upcoming season.
Having netted his first senior goal for his Swedish Club on Tuesday when they drew 2-2 with Vendsyssel, the player insists his aim is to get more minutes when the season commences.
Speaking in a post-match interview, the former Hearts of Oak striker noted, “I hope it helps to improve my chances of playing in the second part of the season.
"It was a nice goal when Dalla got the ball so I called and he suited me and I got it in. This was another step in the right direction for me and I am happy that the coach gave me the chance”.
Kizito has vowed to continue working hard to improve his game in order to convince manager, Andreas Alm, to have faith in him and give him the opportunity he is seeking for.
“I think I am ready, I will work harder and I am happy that the coach helps me a lot”.
“I want to continue to improve and this gives me good motivation for the continuation”, the 22-year old said.
The Swedish league is expected to start this weekend but BK Hacken will play their first match on next week Monday against Hammarby IF.
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