Ghana striker Ben Acheampong wants to quit Angolan side Petro Atletico after a frustrated season under new coach José Dinis.
The former Asante Kotoko player joined the club in January and won the Angolan Super Cup with the Luanda-based side.
But life at the club has been hellish since the coach who signed him got sacked by the oil-rich club who are fifth on the table.
Acheampong is being left to rot on the bench and that has made him exasperated despite putting in an impressive shift at training.
“Since the change of manager, my second season with the club under this coach José Dinis has been terrible. I am no more happy in Angola and I want to leave because the coach disrespects me,” the 22-year told Kumasi-based Boss FM.
“He always use me at the defence and also calls me the president’s player, I am here to play football not to watch matches but the coach has made me into a spectator and I dislike it, I am fed up with football in Angola.”
Acheampong added: “I always train hard but don’t get selection and I can tell you I am better than some of the players there.
“Anytime I get selection to camp, the highest playing time I get is 15 minutes, is disturbing me and can you image I have only played six matches in the season under this coach, I am no more happy here.
“I have offers from clubs in three European countries and I am hoping my agent will reach a perfect agreement with any of the clubs for me to move from Angola to any of the countries in January.”