Ghanaian striker Benjamin Tetteh is not content and hopes to keep on improving after inspiring Sparta Prague to a 2-0 win over SFC Opava in the Czech Liga 1 at the Generali Arena on Saturday.
Tetteh, who joined the side on a four-year deal last week, was left out of the starting eleven as they hosted league newcomers SFC Opava in the opening fixture of the season.
Sparta Prague endured a difficult after they were frustrated by the visitors as the first half ended in a goalless draw.
With the match looking to end in a stalemate, Coach Pavel Hapal called upon Tetteh as a replacement for Matej Pulkrab in the 57th minute.
Tetteh paid Coach Hapal's faith by providing a sleek assist to Gabonese midfielder Guelor Kanga to power home the opener on the 75th minute mark.
The hosts sealed the victory in the 84th minute following an own by Jaroslav Svozil.
"The coach told me to do my best to make the match. I'm glad I did it, " Tetteh told reporters after the match.
"It's a great job for me to enter into a new engagement, a certain boost for my self-esteem, but I have to say that I'm never quite content with myself. The season is long, we have other matches and I have to go on, hard to do, he "added