Ghanaian striker Benjamin Tetteh insists his dream is to hit the ground running as the Czech 1st league has begun following the going down of the deadly Coronavirus.
The former Black Satellites striker had netted seven goals and provided four assists in 22 games before the global pandemic broke out and he is ready to score more as football returns in the central European country.
“As a striker, my job is to score goals and sometimes assists. This season I have banged in six and set up four but I am hoping to go all out and improve upon it as we return to action.” Tetteh told exclusively told SPORTSworldGhana.com in an interview.
“I am also expecting to win games for my club as we seek to secure an European club competition please which I am sure we can.”
Tetteh, 22, joined Sparta Praque in the summer of 2016 from fellow Czech side Bohemians 1905 and has gone on to make an over all 63 appearances, scoring 18 goals and assisting eight.
He previously also featured for Belgian club Standard Liege as well as FC Slovacko also in the Czech topflight.
Tetteh was part of the Ghana Black Satellites team which reached the second round of the 2015 Under 20 World Cup in New Zealand in which he scored in the Group stage against Argentina.