Ghana midfielder, Clifford Aboagye, has reiterated that he is hoping for a national team call up under CK Akonnor.
Aboagye, a former U-20 star has failed to earn a call up to the Black Stars after his impressive display at the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Turkey.
Head coach of the Black Stars, CK Akonnor in a recent interview has stated that he was monitoring the progress of the player in Mexico.
The 25-year-old who now plays his football for Mexican side, Club Tijuana and he wants to keep working hard until he gets a call-up.
“I’m really honoured to know that he is monitoring my progress.
“I didn’t get the opportunity to debut under Coach Kwesi Appiah, but hopefully I can get the opportunity to play under C.K Akonnor who I know likes the kind of football I play.
“So far as the coach has me on his radar, I don’t have anything else to do than to keep working hard until I got my call up.
Aboagye who previously played for Inter Allies, Granada, was named the third-best player in the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Turkey.