Aduana Stars winger, Abdul Fatawu Rahman has reiterated that he is ready to serve at the various levels of the national teams.
The pacy winger has been impressive in the ongoing Normalization Special Competition.
After grabbing the win in a difficult encounter against Bechem United, the former Techiman City wideman is content with the team's output after playing "home away from home" as Aduana Stars serve a home ban.
"It hasn't been an easy game," Fatawu said in a post-match interview.
"We should have played in our home game at Dormaa but for some reasons, we're at a neutral grounds which looks like a cup game for us. It was a tough game but it's good we've won."
The 23-year-old is relishing a call up to the national U-23 team with his blistering form as they prepare to take on their counterparts from Algeria.
"I just hope with my performance in this special tournament which I've banged in three goals, the coaches will see my performance and give me a call-up.
"I'll be happy to be invited and I'm hundred per cent ready to serve," he added.