Belarus-based midfielder Dennis Tetteh says he feels matured and ready to honour an invitation by the technical handlers of the Black Stars team.
According to the promising talent, the Belarus league is very competitive therefore getting the chance to play for his country is what he dreams currently.
“I am very ready. The thing is I’m a Ghanaian. It’s nice to wear the colours of your country to defend it, so it will be a dream come true to wear the colours and defend my country,” he told Hello FM in Kumasi.
“My team is not one of the top clubs here (Belarus) but the names you here in our team is Francis Narh and Dennis Tetteh.
‘I think those of us here need a little attention from the handlers. Francis and I have proven ourselves in Belarus. Muniru Sulley is also doing well,” Tetteh added.
The midfielder, however, urged Charles Akonnor and his technical team to equally monitor players who play in the Belarusian top-flight league to help make their dreams of playing for the Black Stars a reality.
“We need a little attention. If the opportunity comes, we’ll gladly grab it and do what we have to do.”
Tetteh, 24, has made 14 caps for Slavia Mozyr this campaign.