Former Ghana youth captain Gifty Appiah has expressed her desire to earn a debut call-up to the Black Queens.
The attacker has been in awe-inspiring form for the Robert Morrison University College by scored an incredible 36 goals in two seasons.
The Black Queens slipped into the lowest ebb on the African continent where the team failed to go pass the group phase at the 2010 African Cup of Nations held in South Africa last year.
A call-up for the hugely talented striker will be a great addition for Coach Anthony Adusei whose side battle Ethiopia in the next phase of the 2012 Olympic Games qualifying round.
She wants to bring her striking instincts to bear on the side if given the opportunity.
”I want to play for the national team because Ghana is my world and I also want to contribute to what the coach and other managers currently doing for the team have done,” Appiah told GHANAsoccernet.
”Ghana has done a lot in the past and we’re still a powerful side to reckon with. There are good players and so I think it’s only a matter of time that we strike again.”
She was the captain of the Black Princesses squad that won the Academicals Games by beating host Nigeria in the finals under coach John Eshun.
She graduated from the Robert Morrison University in 2010 where she studied Business Administration.