Head coach of Hearts of Oak, Samuel Boadu has said that striker, Abednego Tetteh must not be rushed into the first team.
Tetteh has not played for the Phobians since January this year and has missed several games under coach Samuel Boadu.
The 30-year-old striker made a cameo appearance in the Phobians 3-0 MTN FA Cup round 64 thumping of city rivals, Liberty Professionals on Wednesday in Accra.
Samuel Boadu says Tetteh must bide his time to be able to make the starting eleven.
“Concerning Abednego, I just introduced him [in the MTN FA Cup], I don’t want to rush him, it’s a process, it’s a gradual process.
“Abednego wasn’t around, sometimes he was not part of the training, I think he travels.
“The team that I got, they won the first match.
“From there, they are progressing so it’s hardly to bring someone jus in while the team is progressing.” Samuel Boadu told Africa-Foot.com.
Tetteh, formerly of Bechem United has an arduous task of breaking into Samuel Boadu’s starting line up.
The former Al Hilal centre forward has Kwadwo Obeng Junior and Victor Aidoo to contend with for a starting berth and that is difficult considering the two are scoring.