Junior said this earlier in the week:
"Over here football is the be-all and end-all, so when we play it helps people to forget about their worries in their life and it brings so many people together.
It gives us that extra energy to go out and play hard.
After every game we think, 'it can't get any better', but it's like the sky's the limit at the minute."
So he loves playing for Ghana because the fans love their football and give the players extra energy and positive vibes - how do you think he feels when he pulls on the Garibaldi?
In other Agogo news, this was reported on the BBC's Gossip Column:
"Ghana international striker Junior Agogo was offered a wife after firing his side in to the Africa Cup of Nations semi-final. An 82-year-old fan turned up and the team's hotel and promised his "very beautiful granddaughter" to the player"
He will have trouble getting his head through the doorway when he returns to Trentside...