Esperance midfielder Kwame Bonsu is positive of an African team wining the Club World Cup in the coming years.
Bonus, 25, his first appearance with the Esperance team for this year’s competition in Qatar helping them to a fourth place finish.
The former Kotoko midfielder is of high hope that Africa will produce a winner in the coming years.
“It means a lot to me, me personally I have embraced it to be in this kind of competition, meeting the best Clubs on the continent, so me personally I have learnt a lot and I hope each and every player has also learnt something from it,” Bonsu spoke to BBC News.
“Esperance is a very big Club and this is like Champions of Champions. It is going to take something but definitely there can be an African Club that can also get to the top as well.”
Esperance still have an opportunity to play in next year’s Club World Cup should they retain the CAF Champions League this season.