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There was no turning back – Mohammed Kudus opens up on challenges he faced at FC Nordsjaelland

Ghana international, Mohammed Kudus says he was determined to achieve his dream despite being faced when he moved to FC Nordsjaelland.

The 23-year-old joined the Danish from Right to Dream Academy in Ghana following his impressive performance.

Recounting his experience when he completed his move to the European country, Kudus revealed it was very cold but he was determined to succeed.

Despite struggling in his first season, Kudus finally settled and became one of the fans’ favourites.

“Very cold but there was no turning back,” Kudus told The Guardian.

“I was there for two seasons and in my first season, I wasn’t playing much. I needed time to get used to everything. I played a little bit at the end of the season and the following season I was really settled.

“I needed time to get used to the culture, and the weather. It was snowing, your boots are freezing, you don’t even feel it when you touch the ball,” he added.

Kudus’ explosive performance saw him moved to Dutch side Ajax in a whooping deal before joining West Ham United.

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