Ghanaian attacker Caleb Ekuban says he wants to use his experience from playing in the Uefa Champions League to propel former English Premier League side Leeds United.
Ekuban, 23, joined the Whites from Albanian side Partizan Tirana and is yet to debut in the 3-week-old English Championship.
However the former Chievo Verona forward is confident he can use his experience from playing in the Uefa Champions League to help Leeds secure promotion to the English top-flight.
“Last year we (Tirana) played against top teams in the Champions League,” Ekuban told The Yorkshire Evening Post.
“We competed well but they were too good.
“I learned something from those games. When you have the ball, you have to secure it in every way and do the same in every position on the pitch. A lost ball can become a goal very quickly.
“That’s what I learned. I need to do the same here because the defenders in the Championship are top defenders. They don’t give you opportunities. I’m trying to learn this.”
The attacker scored 17 league goals in the Albanian Super League last season and is hoping to repeat his scoring form in England.
By El Akyereko