New Edubiase midfielder Asiedu Attobrah says he is not bothered "too much" for his inactivity of playing for the Local Black Stars but hopes to start in Ghana's final game in the WAFU Zone B tournament.

Despite scoring two and assisting twelve goals for his club this season, the 18-year old playmaker has not gotten the chance to prove his worth for Ghana in the ongoing WAFU Tournament.

But the former Zaytouna star says he remains optimistic about his chances of featuring for the Local Black Stars and appears calm for not playing a single match for Ghana in the WAFU Tournament.

"I am calm for not playing in any of the games so far," Attobrah told Myjoyonline.com

"It worries when you don't play matches for your team but I'm not bothered to much."

"I think I have done reasonably well for my club team and that has helped me stay focused and being considered to be part of the team."

"We have a strong team and I hope to play in the final. I believe we can win the trophy with this great team."

Ghana defeated Burkina Faso to progress to the finals of the GoTV Wafu Cup as they will meet the winners of Group B on Thursday.

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