Ghana midfielder Ahmed Barusso is yearning for a call up to the Black Stars after a five-year absence to help the team qualify for Brazil 2014.
The 28-year-old, currently on loan at Italian Serie B side Novara, wants to be involved with the Black Stars again to contribute his share as a Ghanaian playing abroad.
The midfielder has been consistently solid with Novara and has been a major subject in many Italian tabloids. His side placed ninth in the league table with 35 points after twenty eight matches.
“I am ready to serve my nation again as I did in 2008 when we hosted the AFCON in Ghana. I have been playing well since I joined Novara and I have been consistent and if the FA gives me an opportunity to come join the team, I will display what am made of to the whole country just for the Black Stars to qualify for a third World Cup,” he told Joy Sports.
The former Roma midfielder was traded to Novara after sitting out a series of games due to injuries that he attributed to the club’s synthetic pitch.