CSKA Sofia winger, Ewin Gyasi says he is eyeing a return back to the national team, the Black Stars insisting he has unfinished business with the Black Stars.
Gyasi, 28, made his senior debut for the Ghana national football team in a 5-1 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification win over Congo on 5 September 2017.
Since then, the talented and pacy winger has not played for the national team.
However, in an exclusive interview with Samuel Ekow Amoasi Appiah, Gyasi admitted that it is always a pleasure playing for your country reiterating he miss playing for his country Ghana.
“I always give my best on the pitch and that is my number aspect as a player anytime I get the opportunity.
“I think that is what every player should when given the opportunity.
“I hope to get back to the Black Stars because it’s an honour to play for the Black Stars and I hope to regain my position.
“I have unfinished business with the Black Stars but I always do my best to make sure I get my position back at Black Stars,” he added.
Gyasi has been impressive in the Bulgarian topflight.
However, he is expected to accept a new challenge this summer with many European in race for his signature.