Ajax and Cameroon goalkeeper, Andre Onana said he his not worried with the Dutch fans booing him.

The 26-years-old who has made over 200 appearances for the Ajax acknowledged that he his still struggling with fitness, but feels that he his nevertheless on track.

“A lot of things happened, it was tough here for me. And I came back, I’m really happy to play because when you see the situation of the club, with a lot of injuries, now I’m playing.

“I am not worried to be in the top five or the top 10 because I know I will reach my level, I know, we all know I am not in my best shape right now.” He said to ESPN after the Ajax versus Sparta Rotterdam’s game.

The former Barcelona shot stopper was handed a nine months ban for violating doping rules. Traces of Furosemide were found in the Cameroonian urine during an out-of-competition test on Oct. 30 2020. The suspension began in February 2021 and ended in early November 2021.

Onana resumed training with the 2016/2017 Europa League finalist in October 2021, and got his first of dose of football against Besiktas in the Champions League.

“I didn’t play for long, people can say what they want. I don’t care, I will just do my thing. If you’re angry, it’s your problem. So for me, it doesn’t matter. I only take the critic from the coaches, for the rest, they can sing, they can cry I don’t give a shit.

“This is how I become who I am. So, why am I going to play the game of listening to what people say? My friend, it’s my life, let me right my story. So let them say what they want, no problem. I still love them.

Onana will join Inter on a free transfer during the summer transfer window, with the Cameroonian having been identified as the designated long-term successor to Samir Handanovic in goal.