The 25-year-old has conceded, presently they are there, that he must make one more move forward to have his influence this season.
Brentford, who missed the mark regarding arriving at the Premier League in 2020, procured advancement in May as they beat Swansea City 2-0 in the Championship play-off last at Wembley, with Fosu an unused substitute.
He will presently be expecting to be important for the group that starts off the 2021-22 Premier League season against guests Arsenal on Friday.
"As a club, we not really settled to come to a high level and it was something that I perceived immediately when I joined," Fosu revealed to BBC Sport Africa.
"To have the option to do it in my first full season is a stunning inclination."
Fosu has moved gradually up the divisions, with three seasons in League One - two at Charlton Athletic and one at Oxford United - before his transition to Brentford.
He said: "In spite of the fact that Oxford was an extraordinary encounter, it was not my first club in League One that I had played for so the subsequent stage felt regular."
Fosu scored four objectives in 49 appearances in all rivalries for Brentford last season however concedes he must keep improving to stay a critical piece of the side.
"It's another test considering the way that I have never played in the association however something I'm eager to perceive what it resembles and to attempt to make an imprint," he added.
"As far as work-rate, my assumptions will be something very similar. I like to put 100% into all that I do, particularly with regards to having my influence for the group.
"One thing I think I have considered significantly more is arrangement. We had an extremely long season as it's not difficult to need to go on vacation yet I believe begin working in front of pre-season. That part is indispensable."
Fosu will build the Black Stars unforeseen in the English first class to six - close by Crystal Palace team Jordan Ayew and Jeffrey Schlupp, Arsenal's Thomas Partey, Southampton's Mohammed Salifu just as Daniel Amartey of Leicester City.
The winger-cum-left-back realizes assumptions will be high from Brentford's fans as they will their group through their first class season since 1947.
Those fans are set to get back to matches this season, with the facilitating of Covid limitations in England.
"Pressing factor will consistently be there when you need to get the success for your group and make the fans glad. I don't believe it's something awful - pressing factor can be viewed as something to be thankful for," Fosu said.
"I think the mix of fans getting back to arenas and bigger groups will be something that will feel diverse for me as we have been playing away from public scrutiny for a significant length of time now.
"My own objective is to play in the Premier League and attempt to help the group however much as could reasonably be expected and furthermore be in the association for [a] long [time].''
Fosu, who was brought into the world in London, was covered by England at under-18 level however changed devotion to play for the four-time African bosses in 2020.
He procured his first Black Stars call-up in March that year for two 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers which were subsequently delayed on account of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Yet, he then, at that point needed to sit tight until October for his first cap against Mali in a worldwide cordial in Turkey where he played the entire game as the Black Stars lost 3-0.
"I have consistently thought about playing for Ghana, so whenever the possibility occurred, I was more than appreciative to play for a dazzling football country like Ghana," he uncovered.
Three days after the Mali misfortune, he scored his first senior worldwide objective as he got the first in a 5-1 success more than 2022 World Cup has Qatar.
"That is something that will stay with me for eternity. To have the option to score for my nation was an incredible encounter and I cherished each moment of it," Fosu reviewed.
He has since been a normal individual from CK Akonnor's crew and stays on track to playing in his first significant competition at next January's Africa Cup of Nations finals in Cameroon.
"I'm energized and anticipating having my first significant competition. We have a decent crew so ideally we can do our country pleased," he said.
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