Ranchi: Promising goalkeeper Bigan Soy on Thursday said she would work harder to fetch more laurels for the country after helping India create history by winning the nation's first-ever bronze medal in the Junior Women World Cup in Monchengladbach, Germany.
"I am very happy. It is the best phase of my life. I will work harder to win more games (for India)," Soy told PTI soon after landing here.
"The reception at the airport was warm and thrilling. The welcome I received here will remain etched in my mind forever," the 20-year-old BA student said.