Ghana ‘s Joseph Mensah says he is eager to fight for a starting role at Sepski OSK regardless of where he is made to play on the pitch.
The former AC Horsens winger has started most of his games from the bench since signing for Sepski in the Romanian topflight.
Mensah who has been involved in 3 goals so far believes his time will surely come when he would be handed a starting role.
“I think that things are shaping up gradually for me here.I believe in gradual progress.Every player would want to be starting games and I think I am not different from them.Even though I don’t start games here ,I am ready to play the patience game.When it gets to my time I am always ready to give out my best.” He told Ghanacrusader.com
The former Liberty professionals man has been in some good form for his club lately. He has aided his side from the substitute bench on 3 occasions this season.
He is therefore optimistic that the team would improve as the games go by.
“We are having quite a good season and I’m enjoying it.I know we wouldn’t have things easy but we should be ready to play the patience game,take stuffs step by step and with that I think we would achieve our aim as a club”
“The fans have always been amazing.Their support and chants on match days gives us more reasons to fight hard for them.I personally enjoy playing in front of them.They are absolutely amazing .” He added.
Sepski OSK lost 2-1 at home to Gaz Meta Medias on Sunday but Joseph Mensah came off the bench in the 16th minute to provide the assist for Sepski’s only goal of the game.He set up Yasip Hamed in the 31st minute before the visitors cancelled their lead through Ilian Cristea in the 38th minute. David Caiedo’s strike at the death broke the hearts of Sepski OSK fans.
Sepski OSK now lie 7th on the league table with 16 points after 11 game weeks.They travel next to face after the international break.