Former Black Stars defender Habib Mohammed has issued a "come and getme plea" to Ghanaian Premier League clubs ahead of the new season on December 18.
At 32 years, Habib Mohammed insists he is open to a swansong in the Ghanaian league as he still has a lot to offer.
Habib Mohammed has been clubless for four years since making a bizarre move to war-ravaged Iraq to ply his trade with Al-Talaba in 2012.
However, he insists he is still at the peak of his powers despite having stayed-out of action for the past four years.
“I am still active, I have been training on my own. I can still play in the Ghana Premier League, he told Kingdom FM.
“I am ready to join any Club interested in me. I am still the old Habib Mohammed so my doors are opened.
The former King Faisal player made his name at the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany when he featured against the Czech Republic and the USA at the Group stages.