Former Bechem United forward Nana Antwi Manu is confident his qualities as an attacker can get him a starting berth in the current Black Stars team if only handed invitation by head coach C.K Akonnor.
The 26-year old striker, joined Egyptian side Haras El Hodoud after a scintillating performance for Ivorian side San Pedro in the 2018-2019 season, where he featured in 20 games, netting five goals with ten assists.
He was clinched eight Man-of-the-match awards following his incredible display in the Ivorian top-flight league.
Antwi Manu, helped San Pedro clinch the Ivorian FA Cup and finished in second position.
The former Achiken FC captain is optimistic he will be able to bench a couple of the strikers in the national team should he receive a call up from head coach Charles Kwabla Akonnor.
“I’m ever ready for any call up from the head coach of the Black Stars [CK Akonnor] to play for the Black Stars of Ghana. I have the qualities to compete with the attackers of the National Team,” he told Kumasi 104.1MHZ.
“I’m not bragging because I have the confidence if I’m given the chance to play for the senior National Team.
”I can bench and compete with some of the strikers and I will prove myself if I am given the nod, but I know with time and prayers I will play for the Black Stars one day because it’s my dream to play for the National Team,” he concluded.