Mamelodi Sundowns striker Emmanuel Baffour has admitted he has not done enough to earn a place in the Black Stars squad for the 2013 African Cup of Nations.
The 23-year-old earned a big move to the South Africa Premier League after scoring 21 goals in the Ghana Premier League last season.
But the former Liberty Professionals and Tema Youth man has struggled to earn game time.
He says he’s not in a rush for a national team call-up and admits he needs to do more at club level.
“My concentration is on getting regular playing time at Sundowns here. I am not looking at Black Stars now,” Baffour said
“Of course it’s the dream of every player to play for the national team.
“But I believe I need to do more. When the times comes no-one will tell your time has come.
“There are more matches ahead and so let me concentrate on my game plan here at the moment.”
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