Former Ghana U-17 forward Ernest Agyiri says he is open to playing for any of the national teams again should an opportunity come his way.
The 25-year-old has not been involved in any national assignment since 2014 when he helped Ghana book a place at the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations. However, the Black Starlets could not participate in the tournament as a result of Cameroon filing a protest against Ghana after the last qualifier game.
Since that disappointment, Agyiri is yet to play for any of Ghana’s national teams with his chances of national assignments now limited to just two — the Ghana Olympics team if they qualify or the senior team, the Black Stars.
But Agyiri says he doesn’t care where it will come from but he will be glad to wear the national team jersey again.
“Wearing the national team jersey and singing the national team is a good feeling. When I was at the U-17, I was very happy playing for the national team,” he told Joy Sports.
“If I get this chance again and I get the call-up, I think I am taking the chance to go back and play for the national team. I am ready for any callup. I really want to play for the Black Stars one day.”
The left-footed forward currently plays for Estonian side Levadia Tallinn and has directly been involved in 13 goals in 12 appearances so far in the 2023 season.