Ghana forward Tariqe Fosu has revealed his dreams of helping Breantford gain promotion to the English Premier League.
Fosu who started his career with Reading has spent his entire career in the lower divisions in England, playing for Fleetwood Town, Accrington Stanley, Colchester United, Charlton Athletic, and Oxford United.
The 25-year-old is yet to play in the top division which is the English Premier League and has revealed his greatest desire to play in the EPL after coming close with Brentford last season.
“I think every player’s dream is to play at the highest level possible and that’s one of my dreams. We were unlucky last season but hopefully this season, we will push to the next level and play at the highest level possible,” he told the GFA media.
Tariqe Fosu recently earned his first international cap for the Black Stars despite playing for the youth teams of England.
The pacy winger has impressed making four appearances for the Black Stars, including the back-to-back AFCON qualifiers against Sudan.