Former West Africa Football Academy striker Daniel Lomotey has branded his move to Algerian topfligt side, ES Setif was the best decision.
The young goal poacher took the 2020-2021 Ghana Premier League by storm scoring goals at sixes and sevens and before sealing the three-year deal to North Africa, he had notched nine goals in as many games played in the domestic league.
Sharing his thoughts about his move to Setif, Lomotey told Kumasi-based media outlet Oyerepa FM:
“For me ES Setif is the best decision after negotiations with AS Soliman couldn’t go through. It’s football and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with me playing for ES Setif,”
The youngster is bent on working harder to warrant a call-up to the senior men’s national team soon.
“I will work harder to complete my 3 year stay with the club to even get a call into the black Stars,”
“I am very fine here and the reception has being good,” he ended.
Lomotey will return to his homeland in the coming weeks when his new side squares off against two-time African champions Asante Kotoko – a side he scored against before departing the shores of Ghana – in the CAF Confederations Cup play-off.