Prince Tagoe is aiming to prove his doubters wrong by turning around the critics with assured performances for Ghana.
The striker, Ghana's top scorer in the qualifying campaign with three goals says he is determined to draw inspiration from intense criticism aimed at him.
"I feel to become a better player, all this is part of the game. It is those who have you at heart who will criticise you. I believe I can come back to my old form," Tagoe told KickOffGhana.com.
But he is quick to point out that the criticism can weigh on a player in such situations.
“Naturally some of the criticism will affect you especially when people overlook so many things. I think with prayers and hard work we will be able to overcome it very quickly."
Tagoe wants to perform well and feel the unconditional acceptance from the highly expectant Ghanaian supporter.
"There are ups and downs in football," he said. "If you are not good at football, you can never play at a certain level. In life there are times things just don't go well but it does not mean you don't know how to play. The most important thing is that I accept I am struggling form wise. But against South Africa I felt good about myself."
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