Sandefjord defender Yaw Amankwah is setting his sights on a possible move to Scotland.
The 24-year old Norwegian centre-back was set to trial with Dundee in the winter but that came to no avail and he is determined to win a move to the Scottish Premier League after starring in Norway's First Division.
"One of those was in Scotland and I was ready to travel across to play a trial.
"There was a request sent to my club and they agreed to it - but I couldn't go because the weather in Scotland at the time was so bad. I was interested in going to Scotland because when I was at Brann Bergen I was friendly with Christian Kalvenes, who played for Dundee United, and former Aberdeen striker Arild Stavrum.
"I also played beside Robbie Winters when he was at Brann and he was a top player.
"I believe my style would suit Scottish football. I am a strong, powerful player and I enjoy defending. You'd call me a no-nonsense sort of player.
"My cousin Emmanuel says I should come to Britain because I would do well there. I don't know if I'm as good a player but I have good genes!"