Ghana international Mohammed Kudus has dedicated his Eredivise triumph to staff and members of his former club Right to Dream Academy.
The young sensation has enjoyed a stellar debut campaign with the Dutch Giants having won the both the Dutch Cup as well as the League.
The talented football star clinched his first career league title on Sunday as Ajax Amsterdam won their 35th Eredivise crown on Sunday.
Revelling in his maiden title triumph, Kudus dedicated winning the Eredivise title to staff and teammates at his two former clubs, Right to Dream Academy and FC Nordsjaelland.
“A bright light at the end of this tight tunnel. Honoured to be an ‘Ajacied’ and this XXXV history. More lights for sons of the [light],” he posted on social media.
“Elated to join Ajax and braced for the future because it’s a special place with a new culture and challenges,” the youngster said after completing his move last year.
“I considered No.34 [as a jersey choice] but I dedicate my signing to Abdelhak “Appie” Nouri, a brother in faith to keep his dreams alive.
“I owe this to all the staff and teammates at FCN [Nordsjaelland] and RtD [Right to Dream]. I look forward to further developing and winning with the team and fans. Officially a lion with the Lancers and ‘de Godenzonen’.”
Kudus made 14 appearances and scored two goals to help Ajax win the league title.