Experienced Ghana goalkeeper, Fatau Dauda has talked about a possible return to the Black Stars ahead of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon next year.
The Legon Cities FC gloves man last received a last minute Black Stars call up in November, 2020 for the 2021 AFCON Qualifier against Sudan.
He replaced South Africa based Richard Ofori who was then suspended for the game.
Prior to that late call up for the 2021 AFCON qualifier, he had not played for the national team since 2017.
The 36-year-old collected about 12-games for the Royals in the 2020/21 Ghana premier league before losing the number one spot to Sylvester Sackey.
That notwithstanding, the former AshantiGold shot stopper has the belief of playing for the four time African Champions once again with the 2021 AFCON fast approaching.
“I’m still active, I’m still playing, I don’t know what will happen.
“The AFCON  is next year, we don’t know what will happen as I’m still fit and active, I don’t know, it’s only God who knows.
“I can be there [Black Stars] again, nobody knows.” Fatau Dauda told Legon Cities TV.
Dauda was in the Ghana national team squad for the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations in Ghana and was the first choice keeper for the 2013 edition of the tournament in South Africa.
Dauda has a rich goalkeeping curriculum vitae with experiences coming from domestic and sojourns outside Ghana.
He started at now third division club, Okwawu United before double stints at Obuasi AshantiGold.
His performance saw him move to South Africa club, Orlando Pirates where his stay was marred by lack of much playing time.
He crossed carpet to fellow PSL side, Chippa United before a return to former club, AshantiGold in the 2014/15 season.
Nigeria Professional Football League side, Enyimba signed him for the 2016/17 season but he will later leave on a free for Legon Cities FC, formerly Wa All Stars for the 2020/21 league season.
The “Madina” product, has played 25 times for the Black Stars.