The FC Leifering attacker says he has a soft spot for the English side and hopes to one day play at Old Trafford.
Black Stars forward Samuel Tetteh has voiced his admiration for English giants Manchester United, and says he holds a dream of one day playing in the English topflight.
The former WAFA attacker has enjoyed a fruitful season so far, scoring 11 goals and assisting in as many matches for Austrian side FC Leifering.
The 19-year old says although he is open to playing for any club that shows interest in him, playing for the 20-time English champions will be his “biggest achievement”.
“It has always been my dream to play in England, I am a Manchester United fan, I don’t really love any team like Manchester United and I will like to play for them. I like everything about the club, playing for them will be one of my biggest achievement, but I will also grab an opportunity to play for any of the big Clubs in Europe.”
Samuel Tetteh scored his debut goal for the Black Stars in September against Rwanda and will be hoping to continue is impressive performances for both club and country.