The 21-year-old attacker has developed into a potent weapon for Tony Popovic’s side.
Kwabena Appiah has prolonged his stay at Western Sydney Wanderers until 2015 after putting pen-to-paper a one-year contract extension.
The 21-year-old signed his first professional contract at the Parramatta Stadium in 2012 and featured sparsely for the Wanderers last term, making 13 appearances, but starting only four, and played in the A-League grand final defeat to Central Coast Mariners – with the club confirming the news of his new terms on twitter.
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Upon joining the Wanderers last season Appiah, a confident and speedy winger, became one of the first signings made by Head Coach Tony Popovic for their inaugural season in Australia’s elite division.
And Popovic admits it was a no brainer to tie the New Zealand-born attacker down for another year.
“We had him locked in for a second season but as you put time and energy into a player you need to make sure you look after your investment,” He told Football Australia.
“I’ve said from the beginning what an exciting young player Kwabena is. He’s developing well at the Club and is proving every day what a good professional he is.
“I look forward to continue working with him to help turn his raw potential into strong performances on the pitch.”