Bristol City’s Antoine Semeyo has reiterated his readiness to represent Ghana at the international level.
The 22-year-old was in line for his first Black Stars call-up but an injury while on club duty in the English Championship denied him a chance to honour his invitation for the World Cup playoffs in March.
Semenyo – who is enjoying one of his best seasons this term – has since returned to fitness continuing his impressive form.
The forward is hopeful of getting called by Ghana for the upcoming May/June international break which has the Black Stars starting their campaign in the qualifiers to the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon).
Semenyo told Happy FM: “I have followed the Black Stars all my life. I always follow the Afcon qualifiers.
“I am hoping to come for the qualifiers in June.
“I am ready physically, and mentally to play on the African continent.”
Semenyo has been directly involved in 20 goals for Bristol City this season in the English Championship – scoring 8 and setting up 12.
For him, his target is to play and show Ghanaians what he’s got in him.
“I haven’t established myself to the Ghana fans and coach so I want to play as many games so I can show the people what I can do.”
Ghana will play Madagascar and Central African Republic in Group E of the Afcon 2023 qualifiers on June 1 and 5 respectively.