The former Ghana U-2- [Black Satellites] defender, is hoping to have his Black Stars breakthrough after incredible performance so far for his team FK Senica in the Slovakia topflight.
The Atlanta left back, currently on loan at Slovakian side FK Senica left Italy in search of regular playing time at a top flight side in Europe.
He was one of the stars of the Black Satellites team at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand in 2015 earning him a move to Italy.
Despite being on the books of Atlanta, the 22 year old has spent most of his time on loan at serie B sides.
He tells Sekondi based Radio Silver in an interview that he joined the Slovakian side in order to get enough playing time to enable him get Black Stars call -up by head coach Kwasi Appiah.
“I’m hoping that soon i will get a call up to the Black Stars.
“Even though i didn’t get enough playing time at Atlanta, I believe here [FK Senica] will be the stepping stone to get a Black Stars call up”.
The confident defender adds he is ready to challenge the likes of Lumor Agbenyenu and Daniel Opare for the Black Stars left-back role.
Following the recent club struggles of Sporting CP defender Lumor Agbenyenu and the unconvincing Daniel Opare, he may the next man to be handed an opportunity.
The marauding left-back has had a pass accuracy of 85% this season and has been involved in four defensive actions per game at Slovakian side Senica FC.
Currently Patrick Asmah has played six matches out of the possible eight for FK Senica since joining them on a year loan from Italian serie A side Atlanta in the summer transfer.
The former Dumas Academy and B.A United, has featured for Ghana’s U-17, U-20, Black Meteors and the Black Stars B team and hopes to continue with the Black Stars ahead of the 2019 Cup of Nations which will be held in Cameroon.