Al Ain striker Laba Kodjou revealed that the advice he received from Mohamed Salah, the star of Egypt and Liverpool, and Riyadh Mehrez of Algeria and Manchester City, have contributed to raising the ceiling of his ambitions.

Laba Kodjo, in remarks to the newspaper "Al Ittihad" UAE, "I received advice from top players on the African continent contributed to raise the ceiling of ambitions, including the most prominent Egyptian Mohamed Salah and Algerian Riad Mehrez, after the clashes with Togo against Egypt and Algeria on previous occasions."

“ More than one player encouraged me, they told me to continue working, and they encouraged me a lot in view of the possibilities they saw me.He wished me luck in my career and to stay focused on the stadium, which is the advice I hold for success. ''

He continued, "I wished to end my career with the rise of the Moroccan volcano happy, by winning the title of the African Confederation, but the rule of the return meeting before the Egyptian Zamalek assassinated the dream because of his decisions."

"We would have been able to win a better result in the first leg if we had managed to take advantage of the opportunities that we had, and in the second we tried, but the referee made his decision, life would go on, and we shouldn't stop there," he continued.

The UAE club Al Ain announced on June 13th the signing of Togolese striker Laba Kodjou of Morocco's Nahdet Berkane team.

According to the official page of Al Ain Club on Twitter, Lapa Kodjo has signed contracts for his transfer to Ainawi for three years in a free transfer.

Laba Koudjou scored the goal of Nahdet Berkane to beat Zamalek in the first leg of the Confederation Cup final in Morocco.

Al Ahli and Zamalek have previously expressed their desire to sign Togolese Laba Kodjo before moving to Al Ain.

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