Former Accra Hearts Of oak and Okwawu United striker, Ezekiel Tetteh is making waves in the Sudanese league.
The well-built striker is a player to watch with an impressive 11 goals out of 15 matches under his belt plus 4 assists in the overall 17 goals for the premier League side Al-Amal SC Atbara.
The 24-year-old burst straight into action after arriving from the Iraqi side Kirkuk SC where he had a short spell.
Asked what transformed his play so much now compared to his days in the Ghana premier league, the rather shy 'predator' explains:
"Those were trying times. The fans really knowing your worth but you're not delivering and all that. It was difficult playing with frequent injuries then. But now that am fully fit, things have changed.
"The goals keep coming' l keep telling myself: there must be a way to make my Ghanaian fans happy again. I believe this is only the beginning. They will surely see me again."
When pressed on rumors making rounds about clubs making advances for his signature, he simply replied:
"There's time for everything under the sun. But it is a good feeling to know you are being watched day in day out doing what you love doing best".