The 23-year-old speaks on his transfer from Belgian outfit Waasland-Beveren to the German topflight
The winger recently joined the Flingeraner in a three-year deal, signing from Belgian side Waasland-Beveren.
“I want to do my best to bring the club to where they want to reach,” the 23-year-old told his new club’s official website.
“I will fight for the club and we really want to stay in the Bundesliga – that’s our goal.
“My dribbling and my pace [are what I bring]. I am here to work.
“Action speaks louder than words. That’s why I’m happy the summer break is over.
“I can show in the games what I bring.”
Ampomah made 30 appearances for Waasland-Beveren last season, scoring eight times and providing seven assists.
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He becomes the third Ghanaian currently with Dusseldorf.
Black Stars winger Bernard Tekpetey earlier joined the side in a two-year deal from Schalke 04 while 17-year-old Right to Dream Academy midfielder Kelvin Ofori is on trial with the German side.