Ghanaian midfielder Asiedu Attobrah has rued his failure to capitalize on the opportunity to join Mamelodi Sundowns earlier in his career.
Attobrah revealed that after being presented with the opportunity to join the club,he was then put off by the quality of players which the South African side possessed as he feared that it would be difficult to cement a starting berth.
However, the Ghanaian insists that if the opportunity presents itself he would be keen on making the switch as he is more matured now.
“At the time, Sundowns had a lot of quality in their team as they had South African internationals, players from Zimbabwe and Liberia. If it was now, I would have signed for them, because now I am more matured now,” Attobrah told the Siya crew.
“At that time I was very young and in Ghana they were expecting a lot from me. I came to Sundowns and they had quality players like Teko Modise and Anthony Laffor and those were very good players. I said, okay, maybe this is not the right time and this is football,” the 25-year-old added.
Attobrah is currently searching for a new club after ending his spell at Al Shorta in Iraq.