Forward Torrick Jebrin believes his performance in the Turkish second division with Bucaspor should be rewarded with a national team call-up.
The 20-year-old has enjoyed regular play time since his move to Turkey from Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak and is adamant his form is good enough to warrant a place in any of the national sides he is eligible to play.
“My performance here over a period of time has been very good of which I believe I deserve to be called to the national team,” he told Takoradi-based Melody FM.
“I have played in the local Black Stars team and have been called to the U-20 before, I don’t know the plans of the coach in Ghana but I believe am good enough to play for the national team.”
Jebrine scored in Bucaspor’s last league outing in their 5-1 demolishing of Güngören Belediyespor last Sunday and will be in action when they next take to the field at home to Giresunspor on November 14.
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