Ghanaian winger Samuel Tetteh has expressed satisfaction in helping Austrian side Lask Linz to reach the Europa Cup qualification for next season.
The former WAFA schemer saw 90 minutes of action over the weekend as LASK Linz lost 2-1 to SV Mattersberg. Despite the defeat, Lask Linz finished fourth and will play in the Europa Cup qualifiers.
The 21-year-old is on loan from Red Bull Salzburg and was an important member of Lask Linz this season, playing 24 times and scoring 7 goals for the club.
He posted on his social media pages thanking fans of LASK Linz for their support through the season.
“A Big Thanks To The Fans For An Amazing Support Through Out The Season. Really Happy To Be Part Of This Team To Qualify For Next Season @EuropaLeague Qualification Holidays Next, Can’t Wait for Next season See Y’all Soon @laskofficial #GodIsTheReason
Samuel Tetteh is expected to return to his parent club Red Bull Salzburg next season with hopes of gaining regular play time. Red Bull ended the season Champions of Austria.
Tetteh rose to prominence after an amazing FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand in 2015.