Defender Samuel Inkoom says he is available to make a return to the Ghana national team after joining Bulgarian side Dunav Ruse.
The 29-year-old has returned to the pitch, a year after being slapped with a global ban by world governing body, FIFA.
The 2009 U20 World Cup winner was suspended by FIFA following a dispute between the player and former agent Curtis Willer over the settlement of a fee back in 2014.
But after signing for Dunav Ruse following the lifting of the suspension, the former Asante Kotoko defender wants to chart his way back to the Black Stars
“I am a Ghanaian born in Ghana, so always I’m available to help if the Black Stars coach is convinced am doing well and says Sammy come and help, I will come and help, am always ready to help,” he told Kumasi-based private station.
Until recently, Inkoom had been inactive since spells with FC Basel, D.C United, Dnipro and Platanias in the past.