Amidaus Professionals midfielder Yahaya Mohammed has returned to full scale training after recovering from a two-month injury lay-off.
The 24-year-old picked up a groin injury during Amidaus’ Premier League win at Berekum Chelsea which ruled him out of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.
The on-loan Asante Kotoko has finally shaken off the problem and trained for the first time on Tuesday.
The former OGC Nice versatile player is thrilled with his recovery and determined to keep his shape ahead of the 2014 World cup qualifier against Sudan next month.
“I have started training and I’m happy that I have finally recovered,” Mohammed told Accra-based Happy FM
“It’s important I keep training hard to keep my shape so when I get the opportunity for a national team call-up, I will be ready.
“We have an important World Cup qualifier against Sudan and I want to be involved.
“I am the leading goal scorer in the Premier League and wants to keep scoring and maintain my momentum.”
Mohammed could be drafted into the Black Stars if he maintains his top-form until the injury setback ruled out of the continental showpiece.