Ghana international, Raphael Dwamena has set his sight on finding his form and excelling at his new club, Vejle Boldklub.
The once highly-rated forward has today sealed a transfer to the Danish Superliga outfit from Spanish club UD Levante after staying away from football for close to a year.
“Levante UD and Denmark's Vejle Boldklub have reached an agreement for the transfer of Raphael Dwamena”, an official statement from Levante has announced today.
Speaking in his first interview after his unveiling, the striker says he is delighted to join Vejle Boldklub for their current project and will prove to the fans he is ready to contribute.
“I have been shown a project that has already proved strong in just a few years. That project and the club's big mission to ensure survival in the 3F Super League I will and can contribute to. I come to the club in good physical condition and look forward to getting to know my new teammates”, Raphael Dwamena said as quoted on the website of his new club.
He added, “I want to show the club's fans that I come with the clear ambition to make a difference and make an impression. At the same time, during my first visit, I experienced a beautiful city, where the surroundings must be some of the most beautiful in this country. I look forward to giving my best and all for the club”.
Raphael Dwamena, 24, has formerly played for Red Bull Salzburg, Austria Lustenau, FC Zurich, and Real Zaragoza.