Former Black Stars goalkeeper, Razak Brimah says his doors are open if Ghana needs his services.
The shot-stopper can be remembered for his time with the Ghana national team particularly in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament where he helped the team to the final.
Subsequently, after a fallen out with fans, he lost his place in the Black Stars and has since not made an appearance.
Currently playing for Linares Deportivo, Razak Brimah says he has not retired from international duty and will gladly accept a call-up when he is handed an invite.
“In the goalkeeping department, the more you grow that’s when you gain much experience. For now, I’m performing great and I’ve gained soo much experience. If I can help my nation by getting a call up I will do so,” the goalkeeper said in an interview with Ashh FM.
Razak Brimah continued, “I’ve not retired from The Black Stars. Anytime I’m called to represent the nation, I will show up. It’s an achievement to play for the nation. There are soo many goalkeepers, if God feels the coach needs to call me to represent the nation, I will.
“My doors are always open. I will give my best anytime I’m called to represent the nation” He concluded
Razak Brimah earned his first cap for Ghana on 14 August 2013 as he featured in a 2-2 friendly draw in Turkey.