Ghana forward Raphael Dwamena has stated he chose to move to Spain and join Levante because it will help him develop as a footballer.
The Black Stars attacker joined the Valencia based club on a four year deal from Swiss side FC Zurich last week but was unveiled on Monday.
"It was important for me to find things not only at a football level and what is around the Levante has led me to make this choice. It's a step for me to develop my career in football and be able to go one more level," he said at his first press conference.
The ex- Red Bull Salzburg player also adds playing in the La Liga is a major step in his career.
The Spanish topflight is arguably the best league in Europe, and Dwamena revealed he could not hesitate when Levante came knocking.
"The League is one of the best in the world. I am very happy with this step in my career, in my career, in this competition. It's good for my personal and soccer growth. I'm delighted to be able to play against all the good players in this competition, Real Madrid and Barcelona, ??but we have to focus on Levante. "
The 22 year old joins compatriot Emmanuel Boateng at the club as the pair prepare to lead the attack for Levante in the upcoming season.
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