Enyimba FC goalkeeper Fatau Dauda says he is destined to make his way back to the Ghana national team despite not being called up in the last five years, Football Ghana reported.
Dauda was handed his first call-up in 2008 and continued to be a main feature until 2013 - he represented Ghana in the Africa Cup of Nations tournaments as well as the 2014 World Cup in matches against Germany and Portugal
“I’m still actively playing, I will be 35 this month. I don’t know when I will retire because I’m still strong,” he said.
“As a goalkeeper, I believe I can still play for the national team. I have not retired from international duty, it is just that I don’t get invited.
“I feel I have more match experiences than before, I’m very ready for the call-up. There were mistakes I made when I was 28, 29 years old that people complained about but I’ve worked on them.
“I’m still fit to play. I hope if I’m still doing well at my club level, it’s possible I return to the national team anytime.”