Hearts of Oak forward Abednego Tetteh insists he will not be satisfied until he wins a trophy and makes his club shine again.
The attacker who joined the club in the second transfer window on a two-year contract to boost the attacker of the Phobians has expressed his excitement about joining his boyhood club.
According to him, he signed for the Rainbow club to help them win more laurels. Since 2009 Hearts of Oak of have not achiveve success on the pitch.
“First of all, I am a supporter of Hearts of Oak, I was born a fan of the club and by God’s grace I have joined them,” he told FootballMadeinGhana.com.
“I didn’t join Hearts for personal glory. As a player, you must be a team player, so that the team that is paying your salaries, reap the benefits.
He added: “I know Hearts of Oak haven’t won a trophy in the last ten years, so as a fan, I’m hungrier than the club in regards to winning a trophy. If not we win the league, we win the FA Cup.”
“So that’s my first priority because Hearts are still in the two competitions.
“I will be more satisfied if Hearts win a trophy because Hearts did not buy me to win the goal king, they bought me to come and help win a cup.
Abednego Tetteh also said he cannot see himself wearing the jersey of Asante Kotoko in the foreseeable future due to the love he has for Hearts of Oak.
“I can wear any club’s jersey to play against Hearts but not that of Kotoko. It’s the reason I didn’t consent to the move to Kotoko,” he told Football Made in Ghana.
“I moved to Ethiopia from Al Hilal to play for Jima Abajifa but upon my arrival, I was not happy with the terms given me. What I was told before was different from what I went to see.”
“While I was preparing to move away from the club, I had calls from Kotoko that they need me badly. But my family is a Hearts of Oak family and I can’t play for Kotoko,” he ended.