Legon Cities goalkeeper Fatau Dauda said he is still active and opened up for a return to Ghana Black Stars team.
Football Made In Ghana reveals that the 35-year-old shot-stopper want to live further emotional moments inside CK Akonnor squad.
Former Orlando Pirates said he is conscious of the great number of players who can join Ghana national team. However, he is still has activity, so he can have a chance.
“There are a lot of players in the queue who want to play for the national team so I am still active” Dauda said.
Dauda is absent from Ghana national team since November 2015. As Ghana faced Comoros in World Cup qualifications (first leg).
With 9 Ghana Premier League appearances this season with Legon Cities, Dauda is optimist. And will welcome an invitation of the national team.
“If they invite me to come and play for the black stars why not I will welcome the invitation because I am still active and playing.” former Ashantigold keeper added.
Fatau Dauda made 25 appearances with Ghana since March 2008 against Mexico. An international friendly game Black Stars lost to 2-1.