Former Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, is relentless about his interest in playing for the National Team again as the FIFA 2022 World Cup draws nearer.
He opened up on his readiness to play for the Senior National Team in a BBC interview.
His statement received mixed reactions from Ghanaian soccer fans.
Speaking on the Dentaa Show, Gyan stated that he wants to earn the call-up.
“f I feel my body and I realized that I’m still struggling, I will retire. Everything is possible and if the opportunity comes, why not? I’ve seen a lot of comments of people wanting me back on the team. It happened in Cameroon with George Weah.
“I want to earn the call-up. I want to start playing competitively. It could be anywhere but I want to see myself in a team. I want to see myself playing week in, week out before considering going to the World Cup. If not, life goes on,” he said.
Asamoah Gyan added: “I have to take care of myself. If I evaluate my body and realize that it is not responding well, I will just retire. When I was in Legon Cities, I struggled a bit with injuries. I will just tell my people, I feel good and I’m confident of scoring then that week, I will get injured.”