If you were Asamoah Gyan, how would you be feeling, now that you are reportedly the countryâ€™s highest scorer, ever?
Pretty pleased with yourself, most likely.
But the Stars captain is taking things calmly at the teamâ€™s Chloorkop training base in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Thatâ€™s according to the communications director of the GFA, Ibrahim Sannie.
â€œHeâ€™s reacted to it with some calmness and level headedness. I think that he doesnâ€™t want the feat to get into his head. The immediate task is to get Ghana to the World Cup in 2014.â€
Gyan officially became Ghanaâ€™s all-time top scorer after scor ing two goals against Sudan last Friday at the Al-Merreikh Stadium in Ombdurman.
He scored in each half of the World Cup qualifier to beat Abedi Peleâ€™s reported record of 33 goals.
â€œOne striking thing he said was that â€˜If at this age Iâ€™ve been able to achieve this, I will be able to go all the way and set new standardsâ€™â€
â€œSo it looks like he is now bent on extending what records heâ€™s set.â€
Ghana leave South Africa later in the week for Maseru.