Former Buriram United midfielder Frank Acheampong claims he is aware a number of Premier League clubs are interested in his services but added that it is too early to reveal their names.
The Ghanaian winger previously donned the Buriram United shirt from 2011 to 2013. Acheampong impressed fans and pundits alike after scoring 32 goals in 65 appearances.
He enjoyed two silverware-laden seasons with Buriram, winning the Thai League T1 in 2011, two Thai FA Cups in 2011 and 2012, as well as two Thai League Cups in 2011 and 2012.
The 23-year-old, who currently plays for Belgian side Anderlecht, was close to joining the now-relegated Hull City in the previous transfer window. However, the deal fell through after Anderlecht rejected the Tigers’ offer.
However, the deal fell through after Anderlecht rejected the Tigers’ offer.
“It’s everybody’s dream to play in the English Premier League,” Acheampong told BBC.
“We are just working on it and let’s pray that I get what I want. It’s my dream, it’s my first priority.”
“When the [Hull City] move was blocked, I tried to contact the big men at the club, but it was in vain, so I just accepted it and worked to make Anderlecht champions.”
“A few clubs in England have been in touch but I cannot say anything right now,” he added.
Acheampong made 29 appearances and scored three goals for Anderlecht last season as they won the Belgian First Division A title.