Hearts of Oak striker, Abegnego Tetteh, says his biggest dream is to play for the Black Stars in the near future and help Ghana clinch African Cup of Nations(AFCON).
The Blacks Stars have been in search for a fifth AFCON title since 1982 and the former Al Hilal Omdurman forward dream of being in the squad that will end the trophy drought.
“My highest aim in football is to lead the Black Stars to go and win the African Cup of Nations [Afcon] because since I was born, I have never seen it before [Afcon],” the striker told GTV sports plus.
The 30-year-old has been struggling to be part of Hearts of Oak’s match day squad let alone get minutes on the pitch.
His last appearance dates back to January where he was subbed on for the last 25 minutes against Eleven Wonders.