Mustapha Bundu has already started making his mark with Danish Superliga side AGF in the battle for survival.
The youngster scored his first goal for AGF in Sunday’s stunning 4-2 comeback victory over Viborg FF in a relegation play-off group game.
AGF was 2 goals down in Viborg when Bundu gave his side an important lifeline just before the break and they went on to win 4-2 away from home.
The Sierra Leonean, who in December signed a new four-year deal to keep him at the club until summer 2021, sees his team currently fighting for survival.
“He has been doing well and has to keep the good work. Bundu has a whole future ahead of him.”
“He has to continue to focus on his development. The potential is there and the opportunity as well,” Agent Chernor Musa Jalloh told footballsierraleone.net.
Bundu arrived at the Ceres Park in with a big reputation and Sunday’s goal provided a further glimpse at what the future could hold for the youngster.