By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
Versatile midfielder Stephen Tetteh is happy to be part of the terrific revival at Hearts of Oak.
The 21-year-old arrived at Hearts at the second half of last season from relegated Ghana Premier League side Tema Youth and featured prominently in David Duncan’s plans, completing 13 games in all competitions.
Tetteh can comfortably switch between a holding role in midfield and unorthodox right-back position.
As the Phobians look set to veer into intense ball works and play pre-season warm-up games, the technically gifted Tetteh is already feeling happy to be part of the new Hearts side.
“Its been great to be here because Hearts is the biggest club in the country and its a great to be here. I’m happy at the work going on with the new technical team and the rest of the guys,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“I know the new season will be tough for us but still we will prod through successfully because the workout is magnificent.”
The 20-time Ghana Premier League champions have returned to their ATCC Training Grounds in Accra to commence ball works.