Spain-based goalkeeper Razak Brimah hopes his eye-catching displays in the Spanish second-tier will earn him a call-up.
The former Nania FC goalkeeper Club Deportivo Guadalajara on an initial six-month deal as a free agent.
But his heroics between the sticks earned him a two-year contract extension which will keep him at the club until 2015.
Brimah believes he has come on in leaps and bounds and wants a senior national team call-up to make his season complete.
“I watched the [Black] Stars at the just ended Africa Cup of Nations and I should say I admire Fatau Dauda for his agility and quick reflexes and I believe I also have a great depth of expertise in the post and believe we can all make Ghana proud when given the opportunity,” Brimah told Goal.com Ghana.
The 22-year-old has played for Real Betis and Tenerife all in the Spain lower divisions.