Keeper not ruling out return to squad if he was neededWolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann has revealed he is considering his international future.
United States 'keeper Hahnemann has not officially retired from the international game but with all the travelling involved the 37-year-old is having to consider whether to keep himself in the frame for squad inclusion.
Hahnemann was part of the USA squads for the 2006 and 2010 World Cups but he has always been understudy to No.1 Tim Howard.
And with Aston Villa’s Brad Guzan starting to show his potential, the opportunites for Hahnemann may be limited.
"I haven't played the last few times I've been called up and travelled,” he told the Express & Star.
"You question whether it's worth going at all. So I don't know [about my future[. We'll see.”
However the Wolves shot stopper, who has been an ever present in the Premier League for his club side this season, refused to rule out a return to the team if he was needed.
He continued: "Do you take yourself out of the running? The way I left it was I told Bob Bradley, 'if you need me, give me a call.'
“Tim has been number one for a while and they've got Brad Guzan [of Aston Villa[ coming through who's a good keeper. Like I said, the way left it was 'if you need me, call me' but I was glad we didn't have a game in the last international break and I didn't have to fly back somewhere.
"It was nice to have a rest."
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