Isaac Vorsah will go into the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ knowing that his future with Hoffenheim is secure for the next four years after he signed a new contract with the Bundesliga club.
The Ghana international has agreed to extend his deal, which still had 12 months left to run on it, by an additional three years, allowing him to now concentrate on international duty in South Africa.
"We are happy to have tied down long term an important player in Isaac Vorsah," said Hoffenheim's general manager Ernst Tanner. "Isaac can play anywhere in defensive positions and, given his young age, he has a lot of potential."
The 21-year-old is also delighted that his future has been resolved. "I would like to develop further in an optimal environment and Hoffenheim offers me all the right conditions for that," he said. "Therefore, I am looking forward to playing with Hoffenheim in the coming years."
Vorsah has played 59 games for Hoffenheim, whom he joined in 2007 from Asante Kumasi.