Ghanaian midfielder Francis Kyeremeh has expressed his readiness for a new challenge at Lithuanian giants Vilnius Zalgiris.
The 22-year-old penned a deal with the Green Whites after just seven months with Israeli outfit Hapoel Tel Aviv where he made eight league appearances and scored once for the side.
"There has been a lot of travel on visa issues lately. It all took a while so I'm a little tired. I think it will take a few weeks for me to get the optimal shape. I'm happy to be here. This is a great club. I'm ready for a new challenge and I'm looking forward to playing in Zalgiris, " he told fkzalgiris.lt.
Kyeremeh added, "Before I came to Lithuania I watched a lot of different videos and what I saw left me impressed. I am happy to join Žalgiris. My good friend Matija Ljujić recommended me to come here, and I also spoke with Nemanja Ljubisavljevic."
"I have had a match with him and he also said that I would not hesitate. I knew Zalgiris club a long time ago, it is a team that trophies and plays in Europe. It would be fun to compete against Zalgiris in the UEFA Champions League in the future."
The highly-rated midfielder has previously played for BA United, Serbian teams Jagodina and Radnik Surdulica.
He was part of the Black Starlets team from 2012 to 2013 and also played for the Black Satellites in 2014.