Andoh’s summer form provides Page with “food for thought”

Andoh’s summer form provides Page with “food for thought”

The Sentinel reports that the Ghanian forward has impressed the Port Vale manager and could force his way into the first-team plans.

Andoh was signed last season alongside Aziz Deen-Conteh but was unable to force his way into the starting eleven.

Now it is totally different. Enoch is on a level playing field. I have told him my thoughts about him and my plans for him…

But the Ghana U23 International scored against Alsager Town and also played against Newcastle Town and the 22 year-old’s performances have impressed Rob Page.

He told the Sentinel: “I think it has been there for all to see over the last two games. I have always known he has had it in him. But was I brave enough last season to play him, with the pressures that we were under when I took over, with us second from bottom and in a relegation fight?

“Unfortunately for Enoch really it was one of those where you have to go with what you know and players who are proven at that level.

“Now it is totally different. Enoch is on a level playing field. I have told him my thoughts about him and my plans for him.

“He enjoys playing wide left, but I see him more as a front man and I think on both the occasions he has played up top he has looked really good. That’s definitely given me food for thought.”