The 19-year-old joined the Purple and White lads from Asante Kotoko last year but had to bid for his chance in the club’s youth set up.
The prolific hitman hit the headlines prior to the second half of the campaign with his scoring prowess for the U21 side and was touted to make the grade in the first team by coach Hein Vanhaezebrouk.
Mohammed was handed the chance to enjoy his maiden first team action following the absence of Nigerian striker Henry Onyekuru, as the Ghanaian made a 90th minute entry in their 2-2 draw.
He’s the third Ghanaian to be promoted to the first team of the Belgian champions in three years after Emmanuel Adjei Sowah and Francis Amuzu.
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