Ghanaian winger John Yeboah could not hide his delight with his return to the German side VfL Wolfsburg.
Yeboah, 19, was shipped on loan to Dutch Eredivisie outfit VVV Venlo in the summer in order to continue his development.
The pacy wideman did fairly well with The Old Good lads as he scored one goal and registered one assist in 18 league outings before the cancellation of the campaign due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
He has been recalled by his parent club Wolfsburg for their senior team next season.
“I am already looking up to next season and I know what I can do at Wolfsburg, I cannot wait to get on the field,” Yeboah told Sportbuzzer.
“I learnt a lot during my loan spell at VV Venlo and it was a good step for me. VV Venlo want to take me on loan again but I want to feature for the first team of my club Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga.”
Yeboah was born in the German city of Hamburg to a Ghanaian father and an Ecuadorian mother and has progressed through all the age groups of Wolfsburg before being loaned to VV Venlo at the beginning if this season for the topflight experience.
He was part of the German national under-17 team which featured in the 2017 FIFA Under-17 World Cup in India.
Currently, he features for German under-19 team but still eligible to play for Ghana.