Black Stars assistant head coach, George Boateng, has asked Ajax manager Alfred Schreuder to give Mohammed Kudus more playing time.
The Ghana midfielder has struggled for game time since the start of the season with just 29 games from four games.
Kudus had a great pre-season campaign in the summer and was hoping to get a good run of games but Schreuder has not rewarded him for his hardwork.
In an interview with Joy Sports, Boateng, asked that the Eredivise play the Ghanaian more as the season grows on.
“All we would like to have is for Mohammed Kudus to play more games,” he said.
“In terms of Kudus, we don’t know the ins and outs of everything but all we do now is there have been an interest from a different club from the UK. I think he is developing very well.”
Kudus was reported to be keen on a move to Everton but Ajax turned down an offer from the Premier League side.