Amiens SC midfielder, Emmanuel Lomotey, says he is not happy with his performances in the ongoing season with the French Ligue II side.
The former Dreams FC midfielder has been key for the side alongside fellow countryman Nicholas Opoku in the ongoing season.
The French club after 17 games played this season is placed 10th on the league log with 23 points.
The 23-year-old believes the club will soon move up the table in the coming weeks with improved performances.
“I don’t think my start to the season has been great, I’m not happy with my performance at the moment. I know I can do better and I am working for it.”, he told Gazette Sports.
“I think Amiens should be higher, we are not happy with our ranking because we are capable and we have to do better. We should fight with the top teams. We are not satisfied with this position.”
He also stated he feels more comfortable playing as a midfielder but can also sacrifice to play in defense if need be.
“I really feel more comfortable in the middle. I’m better as a midfielder, I feel comfortable there. I can play defense also because sometimes you have to sacrifice yourself for the club.
“But I really feel more comfortable in the middle.”
Lomotey has featured in eleven of the seventeen games played; starting 47% of them.