Ghanaian defender Robin Polley says that he wants to build a school or hospital in Ghana in order to help the less privileged in society.

The 23 year old defender who was born in Rotterdam, Holland has through his foundation been sharing jerseys, boots and educational materials to persons in need.

Polley who is the son of former Black Stars forward Prince Poku Polley says that he always feels happy when he is able to help people with the little he has.

Polley has even more dreams outside the football field: "I would like to build a school or a hospital in Ghana, but I am not putting any pressure on myself. I still have a long way to go. Two years ago I never expected that I would already be here."

Until then, Polley is happy to hand out football gear with his foundation. If there are associations that would like to send old items to Ghana, they can report to the Rotterdammer.

 "I can always be reached on social media. Everything is welcome," says Polley.

He was part of the Black Meteors team that failed to progress to the Tokyo Olympics games in 2022 at the African tournament in Egypt in 2019.