Former Hearts of Oak defender Vincent Atinga has sent a rallying cry to the handlers of the senior men's national team the Black Stars to hand him just 20 minutes of playing time to prove his worth.
The former Black Stars B defender now plays his club football for Kuwaiti side Al Shabaab and says he just want an opportunity to prove himself.
Speaking in an interview with Kumasi based Akoma FM, the burly center back says he doesn't need more than 20 minutes to prove himself.
"All I'm asking for is the handlers of the Black Stars to give me just twenty minutes of play time for the senior national team the Black Stars."
"I don't need even 45 minutes or 60 I just want 20 minutes to prove my worth to the handlers of the national team."
The 26 year old further added that he has set his sights on becoming a regular member of the Black Stars squad in two years time.
"You all saw my performance in the WAFU Cup and also my performance in the local league I'm not bragging I just need the chance and you will all see for yourself."
"I have targeted to be a mainstay in the Black Stars by two years time." he added.