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Annan ready to fight for permanent position in Osusuna

By Ghanaian Chronicle

http://ghanaian-chronicle.com/annan-ready-to-fight-for-permanent-position-in-osusuna/anthony-annan-wants-to-become-a-key-member-of-the-osasuna-set-up/ Ghana midfielder Anthony Annan says he is determined to make the most of his season long-loan spell at Spanish side Osasuna. Annan moved from German Bundesliga side Schalke 04 where he was surplus to requirements.

The 26-year-old debuted for Los Rojillos in their 2-0 reverse at newly promoted Celta de Vigo before the international break.

Annan had a successful loan spell at Dutch Eredivisie side Vitesse Arnhem and helped them to secure a Europa League slot. He knows he must step up his game to be a regular in José Luis Mendilibar's side.

“Of course there was a player playing in my position before I moved there so I have to work hard to gain that position after that. I think about impressing in the league,” Annan said. “Last season they finished in 9th position so we have to improve upon that as well.”

Annan scored in Ghana's 2-0 win over Malawi last Saturday in a 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.

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