Berekum Chelsea skipper Sadick Adams insists he is now eyeing a call up from Ghana coach Avram Grant after his explosive start to the Ghana Premier League season.
The 25-year-old joined the Blues after his unsuccessful stints in Europe and in Asia, following his breakthrough at age 17. He was banned by Fifa in 2008 for signing contracts with Etoile du Sahel and Atletico Madrid at the same time.
However, he seems to have breathed life back into his ailing career after making a return to Ghana, netting thrice in five games and winning his club’s best performer award for the month of February.
“I’m ready to play for Ghana and wouldn’t hesitate if I’m called up,” Adams told Oman FM.
“It is every player’s dream to represent his nation and I’m looking forward to get that opportunity under Avram Grant. I will continue to do my best at club level to catch the eye of the technical team,” he said.
He added: “My perfect start to the season is due to training, determination and hard work. I always take my training seriously and I’m very determined to make my mark again.”
Adams further insisted that his aim at club level this season is to help Berekum Chelsea to finish among the top four on the log.
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