Dreams FC defender Maxwell Arthur insists he is ready to go all out as he eyes a permanent place in the Ghana National Under 20 team.
Arthur has been phenomenal at the Dawu-based club since being converted from his central midfield position into right back last season.
The talented youngster was among the 40 players invited by coach James Cobbinah to begin camping for the impending Under 20 qualifiers and he maintains he will do well to grab a final place.
“First of all I want to thank God for this great opportunity for me to exhibit my talent. Honestly, the Black Satellites call up came as a shock to me,” Arthur told footballmadeinghana.com
“I am going with full determination and I am going to do my best to cement my place in the final list for the qualifiers. I want to make my self, Dreams FC and everyone proud”
Arthur who also assisted Samuel Pimpong’s goal as Dreams FC drew 1-1 with Berekum Chelsea on Sunday also mentioned that it was a dream come true to have his first assist of the season.
“As I right back, I do not only defend, my job is also to score goals or assist. I am happy I had my first assist against Chelsea. I hope to continue,”
The versatile teenager featured in 29 of Dreams FC’s thirty games last season without being substituted.