Ghana Premier League top-scorer Abednego Tetteh has confirmed interest from several clubs following his swashbuckling performance in the just ended season.
Tetteh rediscovered his form after joining Bibiani Goldstars in the second half of the domestic top-flight.
Before joining the miners, Tetteh had only scored two goals for King Faisal in the first round of the season.
Following an improved performance at Goldstars, Tetteh emerged as the goal king, scoring 18 goals between King Faisal and Goldstars.
In an interview with Koforidua-based Bryt FM, Tetteh disclosed approach from several clubs but was silent about the teams.
“I have received a lot of calls from different clubs but I haven’t given any of them my word, because the season just ended and I need time to relax. After my relaxation, I will open talks with those teams and see if there is going to be a possible move. I have to take my time and decide on what will benefit me in the future” he said.
Despite his top form, the experienced forward was snubbed with a Black Stars invite for the AFCON qualifier against Madagascar.