Ex-Hearts of Oak defender Jacob Nettey is confident that goalkeeper Fatawu Dauda will emerge as a major international star for the Black Stars.
The 27-year-old has established himself at Ashantigold which has earned him call-ups into the senior national team in recent times.
Norwegian-based Adam Kwarassey is a sure bet to start for the Black Stars ahead of Dauda and Daniel Adjei at next yearâ€™s African Cup of Nations in South Africa.
But the ex-Hearts defender has backed the experienced shot-stopper to dislodge Kwarassey for the number one spot.
â€œI have monitored him and I tell you he has the qualities and ability to be number one,â€ Nettey told Accra-based Happy FM
â€œI have no doubt in my mind that he is the man who can man the post for us to be safe.
â€œAll he needs is the opportunity and Ghanaians will get to know what Iâ€™m talking about.
The former Okwahu United goalkeeper was in post for the Black Stars when they beat Cape Verde 1-0 in an international friendly on November 14 in Lisbon, Portugal.