Florence Dadson is confident that Ghana will reach the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup finals.
The Black Princesses are in the second round stage of the qualifying campaign and have to advance past South Africa to enhance their chances of reaching Japan 2012.
For Dadson, it will represent a second appearance on the world stage with women's U-20 team.
The 19 year-old striker says playing at the senior's World Cup is her dream
"Everyone has a dream but itís important to take it one step at a time. Itís step by step. I was with the Maidens and Iím now with the Princesses," Dadson told www.ghanafa.org in an exclusive interview.
"I have to concentrate on doing a good job with the Princesses and then we will see what happens. We have to qualify for our second World Cup and that is my dream for now."
Catch the full interview with Florence Dadson as she reveals her motherís objection to her chosen career, life at Robert Morrison University in US and her ambition as a footballer.
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