Former Ghana midfielder Derek Boateng has warned the Ghana Football Association from depending on foreign-based players to help the Black Stars progress.
According to him, such players, when are brought on board struggle to make an impact from the on start on need a long period to do so.
Inalienable Williams is one of many who have come under criticisms in recent times for his performances for the national team.
But Boateng has cautioned the football association not to rely on foreign-based with Ghanaian descent.
“Inaki Williams and the other foreign-based players don’t really understand African football. They don’t know what really goes on here,” he said on Asempa FM.
“He needs time [to excel] but ask yourself if we have that time to spare. Everything is moving fast. We shouldn’t depend on them to come and have an impact.
“They don’t know what is going on here.”
Inaki has played eight games for the Black Stars since his debut in September 2022 but is yet to score a goal for Ghana.