Ghana youth striker Benjamin Tetteh has fixed his sights firmly on securing a regular first team opportunities at Belgian side Standard Liege.
The 18-year-old lanky scored on his debut for the Reds but has started just a game for Standard Liege and made four (4) appearances in total.
Tetteh, who scored for Ghana against Argentina at the 2015 FIFA U20 World Cup in New Zealand, has stated he is looking forward to regular first team football.
"When I arrived here, things were not easy for me as a player but with hard work and determination, I am now enjoying myself. My style of play fits into the new coaches plan and my hard work is really paying off. I got my chance and things are really moving well for now," he told Sports Crusader.
The former Dreams FC striker is not perturbed Avram Grant's snub for a senior Ghana call-up though his U20 team-mates Samuel Tetteh has been handed his debut call-up.
The prodigious young scorer believes his time will arrive in due time.
"My time at the Black Stars will come. I am still young and I know my time will come," he added.