Ghanaian striker Kwame Attram says he is enjoying his stay with Zanaco in the Zambian Premier League.
The 28-year-old, who previously played for Egyptian outfit Wadi Degla, proved his importance once more for his new club on Wednesday when he came off the bench to score in Zanaco’s 2-1 victory over NAPSA Stars.
“It’s been great. I can’t really explain it. Thanks to God. I’m enjoying every moment of my time here” Attram told Soka25east.com.
“I’m still digesting that goal till date. I don’t know how I felt. I just felt full of happiness and am thankful to God almighty, who made all of it happen for me and my club Zanaco,” he added.
Attram was snubbed by Avram Grant during the Israeli's reign as Ghana coach, but he is optimistic his dreams can still become a reality under Kwesi Appiah.
"Playing for Ghana has always been my dream [and it can still become a reality under Kwesi Appiah]. It will be a good moment and a dream come true when I [finally] do so,” he said.