Sparta Prague and Ghanaian striker Benjamin Tetteh has disclosed his willingness to play in the French Ligue 1 as he eyes a move this summer.
Tetteh, 23, joined Belgian side Standard Liege in July 2015 from Dreams FC but couldn't land himself a first team place.
After one season loan at 1 FC Slovacko in the Czech Republic top-flight, he moved to FC Bohemians Prag 1905 on a permanent deal in 2017.
Following an outstanding campaign in the 2017/2018 season, giants Sparta Prague signed the former Ghana U20 star.
Tetteh believes it's time to move to the Ligue 1 which he describes as one of the best leagues in the World.
"If I have an opportunity, I would be very happy to evolve in Ligue 1. It is one of the best championships in Europe with great players and a perfect environment to progress and reveal yourself," he told www.90min.com
"There are many Ghanaians who have scored in Ligue 1 like Abedi Pelé and his sons Ayew at Marseille. They are sources of inspiration for all players in the country."
Tetteh made 33 appearances for Sparta in the Czech Fortuna Liga this term where he scored 7 goals and assisted other four in the process.
The talented footballer was linked with a move to Ligue 1 outfit Stade Reims sometime ago.