The former Liberty midfielder believes he has something to offer and he is harboring hopes of getting a call-up soon to justify his inclusion at national level
The 22-year-old midfielder has formed an integral part of coach Michalis Kasapis side this season playing all seven league games for the Greek second-tier side.
The former Udinese player who is also a nephew of the late Ghana football administrator Sly Tetteh got his first Black Stars call-up in 2008 under then Black Stars coach Claude Le Roy and was part of the Black Meteors team that beat Nigeria to qualify for the All Africa Games.
The former Liberty Professionals player’s biggest dream now is to represent the four-time Africa champions again.
“I’m ever ready to play for my country at any point in time and I’m working very hard to that effect,” Tetteh told Goal.com Ghana. “It will be a dream come through.”
“I’m praying towards that and I know my time will come.”
The midfielder conceded that with the abundance of talent at coach Kwesi Appiah’s disposal, a lot depends on him to excel at club level in order to catch the trainer’s eyes.
“My target is to play more matches for my club and get the chance to play in big leagues. Everybody is trying to get a spot now in the team. So, everybody is trying to work on their stuff. I think I need to do more,” he added.