Ghana coach, Charles Kwablan Akonnor, is not shutting the doors of legendary forward Asamoah Gyan.
The Black Stars coach insists the Legon Cities forward knows what to do to get into the national team.
Gyan has not played for the Black Stars since the Nations Cup in 2019 but there have been calls for him to be handed an invite due to the national team’s struggles with goals.
Ghana failed to score in their last team games against Morocco and Ivory Coast.
However, C.K Akonnor has handed a maiden call up to in form Kelvin Yeboah as he bolsters his attack ahead of the World Cup qualifiers next month.
“Asamoah Gyan has made it clear that he wants to. He’s an experienced man and knows what to do for him to get into the team,” Akonnor in a zoom presser told the media.
“Once he does, he’s a Ghanaian and he’s done a marvellous job in the past. So, we’ve had a bit of discussion, he knows what to do. I’m also watching him closely. And not just him but any other person that has the chance to come.
“The other day, I invited [Frank] Acheampong who is always one of them, who is also out of the team for quite some time but unfortunately there were issues not permitting him to come. So, it is open for everybody.”