The 25-year-old believes he has what it takes to beat the goalkeeping standards in the Black Stars set-up if given the chance
Ghanaian goalkeeper, Brimah Razak has advertised himself to Black Stars coach, Kwesi Appiah saying he is good enough to be part of his team.
The 25-year-old former Nania Fc player has been a consistent performer for Spanish second tier side, Guadalaraja after joining them late last year.
Razak is now thinking of a Ghana call-up despite an existing massive competition in the goalkeeping department.
“I believe in myself and I think I have the qualities to beat the standards.
“All I want is for the coach to see my performance at club level and he will be convinced I can make his team”, the former Nania Fc goalkeeper told Goal.com Ghana.
Ashgold goalkeeper, Fatau Dauda recently toppled Adams Kwarasey for the number one spot.
The goalkeeping department is now one of the competitive areas in the Ghana team.