Youngster Kwadwo Poku has confirmed his allegiance to play for Ghana at full international level.
The 23-year-old who has been talked off a lot in the American media as the new Yaya Toure only made his debut for New York City over the weekend.
Poku, born in Kumasi-Ghana was signed by NYC only in January from Atlanta Silverbacks.
He will be playing the likes of Frank Lampard and David Villa at his new club.
The young midfielder has no doubts in his mind at all where his international future lies.
?Playing for Ghana won?t be too much of a big decision,? he told Angel FM.
?For a person born in Ghana and with my family back there, I can never turn my back on Ghana. I?m a Ghanaian and will always be a Ghanaian.
?I?m just playing, doing what I love to do. I?m just ready. If Ghana will give me that opportunity to show what I have or what I?ve got, I?m ready to accept that challenge.
?Although the US have been speaking, all the same, like I said, if it?s possible to get the chance with the national team and the Olympic team, I?m really willing to accept that challenge.
?I will help my country whatever I can because I?m a Ghanaian and have a Ghanaian name.?