Hasaacas goalkeeper George Owu wants to be drafted into the Black Stars team ahead of the 2014 World Cup play-offs against Egypt.
The 31-year-old has not been considered for international duties since the 2008 African Cup of Nations held on home soil.
The former Asante Kotoko shot-stopper played an influential role to qualify Hasaacas back to the top-tier of Ghana football and says he is ready to return to the the Black Stars if he gets the chance.
“I am playing very well and deserve a place in the team,” Owu said
“At the moment I’m concentrating on Hasaacas, but if I get the opportunity to play for the Black Stars, I won’t hesistate.
“The national team coaches should spread their net wide and monitor the performances of some of us as well.
“I don’t want to speak too much but I believe I’m in top shape and want to stage a return to the national team.”
There have been calls for the return of several players into the team including Richard Kingson and the ex-El-Masry shot-stopper also wants to stake a claim for a return due to his fine displays for the giants of the west.
The former Olympian kept the post when the Black Stars beat South Africa 2-0 to qualify to their maiden World Cup appearance in Germany 2006 but never got the chance to feature in the tournament.