The former Bechem United lethal weapon was once a chief target for the Phobian outfit on the local scene but had to ditch them for suitors abroad
Now-free agent forward Abednego Tetteh has revealed career admiration for Hearts of Oak, stating donning their colours still remains his greatest ambition in his football career.
The 28-year-old, who took the 2016/2017 Ghana Premier League and the FA Cup contests by storm, failed to glitter abroad following his unsuccessful stint with Sudanese top-flight side Al Hilal having had his contract terminated later on.
However, in his bid to resuscitate his ailing career, the frontman joined Ethiopian outfit Jimma Abba Jifar last term, but again had to abrogate his deal following non-fulfillment of contractual terms by the club.
The one-time Black Stars invitee is currently unattached and has opened his door for both Ghanaian heavyweight clubs – Hearts of Oak and Kotoko – though with the former being dear to his heart.
” I have always been dreaming of wearing the rainbow jersey since my childhood,” the lanky forward told Prestea-based Energy FM
He added: ”I am a free agent now and want to join any club. But I would be happy to play for Hearts of Oak and Kotoko. I can also reunite with Bechem United because that is where I made my name before I traveled outside.”