Ghana captain Stephen Appiah says he is not under-pressure to impress any agent or club in Wednesday's friendly against Tunisia in Accra.
Early this week, the News of the World newspaper reported that three premiership sides; West Ham United, Newcastle and Middlesbrough will be in Ghana to watch him.
But the 28-year-old told Ghanasoccernet.com he is not getting the jitters ahead of match.
"If it's true then its okay but I'm going to be myself and play my game. I have been training with Brescia for five months and I'm doing well," Appiah said.
“We are talking to a lot of clubs and that a deal can be sealed maybe after this match.
"I am a free agent now and that is the good news for me to take any decision or move anytime."
FIFA has ruled the former Fenerbahce ace can leave on a free transfer after recovering from a botched knee surgery by doctors of the Turkish club.
This has cleared the path for Appiah to secure a club even before the January transfer window opens.
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