Image via Daniel Agyei Twitter page
2009 Under-20 World Cup winner, Daniel Agyei has not given up yet on a return to the Black Stars, noting that he is ever ready if he gets the invitation from current coach CK Akonnor.
The Sebeta City goalkeeper has been ignored in recent Black Stars call-up despite his scintillating performances at club level.
The 30-year-old show-stopper has been impressive but has found it difficult to earn an invitation to the senior national team since 2012.
“Well, Ghana has many talents when it comes to goalkeeping. Every player gives his 100% in order to become Ghana Black Stars No. 1,” he told Footydreamsgh.com.
“If my performance is to the expectation of the coaches and the technical team and they want me to be part of the team I wouldn’t turn their invitation down.”
Agyei was adjudged the 2018 Ethiopian Premier league best goalkeeper after a fantastic season with Jimma Abba Jiffar.
He was the second choice goalkeeper for Ghana at the 2010, 2012 and 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, and the 2010 World Cup held in South Africa
Agyei has had stints with Liberty Professionals, Medeama, Simba SC and Free State State in his illustrious career.