In-form striker Abdul Majeed Waris says he is not overly bothered after been overlooked by Ghana boss Kwesi Appiah.
The 20-year-old went goal crazy on Wednesday night when he became the first Ghanaian player to score five goals in a single game in a single top flight European game.
The former Right to Dream Academy graduate has hit top form rattling the net 12 times in ten games for BK Hacken in the Swedish top flight league.
Waris has been capped once by the Black Stars making a substitute appearance in February’s international friendly against Chile in the United States.
The youngster was hugely expected to be named in Kwesi Appiah’s list for next month’s World Cup qualifiers against Zambia and Lesotho.
But he was surprisingly left in the cooler but insists he bears no grudges.
“I saw the squad list after the game. It is cool but I will keep on scoring goals. It’s fun,” Waris told GHANAsoccernet.com
“I owe this club a lot for the confidence they have reposed in me and I’m paying them back for it.
“I had four defenders marking me throughout the game but I managed to have my way to hit five.
“The officials are telling me they cannot remember the last time a player scored five times in a single game so I’m happy,”