Ghanaian forward Samuel Tetteh has set his sights on winning the MLS title after joining New York Red Bulls on-loan.
This according to the former LASK forward, is the main reason why he opted to leave Austria’s RedBull Salzburg on loan for their American affiliate club on August 11, 2020.
He admits, that the decision to swap Europe for North America did not come easily.
“Well, it was not easy at first, making a decision to come to America but a discussion with the coach and head of sport of NYRB made things easier for me, I love their idea or the plan they have for the club and also I needed a new challenge to establish my name in a different league,” Tetteh told Daily Graphic.
“It would feel good to win the MLS because that’s the target and that’s the main reason why I came here, so I would be excited if we win it”.
The player is yet to begin training with his new teammates as he has been isolated because of Coronavirus regulations but he remains hopeful of making a significant contribution to the season.
He said “I have met with the coach and some staff for now but I am not allowed to train with the team because I have to be quarantined and train individually for 10days before joining the team in regular training.
“When I am unleashed, I hope to score and assist as many goals as I can for the club so that we can win some silverware this season”.