Ghana and Vålerenga skipper Adam Larsen Kwarasey has heaped praise on Oslo-born duo Ivan Näsberg and Mohamed Fellah in the team.
The 31-year-old, who hails from Trosterud, has opened up about how he influences the other boys from the Norwegian capital.
''He’s [Nasbrg] really good. He is a real Vålerenga boy and cares a lot about the club. He takes some space in the wardrobe and we need that now," Kwarasey told Nettavisen.
''Mohamed Fellah has a lot of routines and high quality. Hopefully, he'll get in shape as soon as possible so he can help us with some points ahead.''
Kwarasey played his first match in three months last week after recovering from a back injury.