Ghanaian youngster Kwadwo Baah is eager to show Claudio Ranieri what he can do as he set sights on first-team opportunities at Watford.
The 18-year-old, who signed terms at Vicarage Road in May following three goals in 13 League One starts for Rochdale last season – netted twice for Germany’s Under-19s side en route to the Four Nations Cup title in Slovakia earlier this month.
However, he is yet to make his Watford debut despite being an unused substitute on three occasions for the first team.
“With a new head coach, it is almost like a new beginning for me," Baah told the club website.
“I’m eager to show him what I can do and hopefully I can convince him to trust me to involve me in some games.
“I joined Watford with the aim of playing in the Premier League, which would be a dream come true. Until that time comes, I’m just going to keep training very hard, doing my best, and trying to score goals if I’m selected for the Under-23s.
“He [Ranieri] is a really good guy, he gives me and the rest of the players a lot of really useful advice and I think together we can all move forward.
“With my recent experiences with Germany hopefully I can continue to improve and play a small part in that."