Ghanaian defender Mohammed Salisu has communicated charm with his reliable exhibitions with Southampton in the English Premier League.
The 22-year-old, who joined the Saints in the late spring of 2020 from Real Valladolid, needed to set aside effort to get into the beginning group of Southampton.
Furthermore, this season, the youth has been a backbone at the Saint Mary’s as Southampton proceed with their great run of structure.
“So far the season is going on well and I trust all that proceeds with this way,” he told HampshireLive.
“I believe it’s vital as a young player to get more minutes in the Premier League. I’m extremely cheerful.
“I think I have taken in a great deal and I have been concentrating on what the administrator needs and I have consistently been watching the games and checking out what he needs.
“That makes it simpler for me when I began playing.
“He has been a decent administrator. Since I came here, he has taken care of me.
“I recollect before I came here, we talked. He let me know he wanted me in the group and that I was a long venture, how I was a youthful focal protector, I expected to do what I was doing and I would get more minutes to play.”
Salisu has shown up this season.