Ghanaian forward Samuel Tetteh has set sights on leaving a legacy in the Major League Soccer (MLS) with New York Red Bulls.
The 24-year-old has joined the American club on a season-long loan from Austrian champions Red Bull Salzburg and says he wants to score and assist as many goals for his new club.
Tetteh is yet to make an appearance as he had to undergo a mandatory two-week quarantine due to coronavirus pandemic.
The quarantine is complete and Tetteh is looking forward to his debut game.
“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,’’ he told Daily Graphic.
He concluded, “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”.