Ghanaian international Samuel Inkoom says he’s ready to return to the Black Stars team should the technical handlers decide to give him an invitation.
According to him, he still has football in him and is therefore willing to serve his birth country should be handed a call up anytime soon.
‘’I believe that every coach has his game plan and I’m Ghanaian who is really to help my Country’’ the former Boavista FC defender told Kasapa Fm in Accra.
He added ‘’I’m doing my best so once any coach sees me as a player he wants and ask me to feature for my country why not .Everybody know the kind of player so what I need to do now is to starting playing and more matches because I am ready to help my club and my country [Ghana]’’.
The right full-back Samuel Inkoom recently completed a move to Bulgarian top flight side FC Vereya from Turkish side Antayalspor on a four- month deal.
He made his debut last sunday when he played the last ten minutes for FC Vereya in their 4-0 defeat to Ludogorets.
Inkoom 27,has become quite the nomad in the past few seasons following a number of short stints with several clubs including Dnipro, Platanias and Boavista.
Inkoom was an integral part of Ghana’s squad that reached Quarterfinals of the 2010 world cup in South Africa.