Ghana goalkeeper William Amamoo wants another chance with the Black Stars after a second half performance in a friendly match last year seems to have jeopardized his international career.
The 27-year-old dreadful display against Japan late last year ended faded his hopes of a place in the Ghana set-up.
The former Liberty Professional goalie conceded four second half goals after replacing Richard Kingson when the Black Stars were cruising to a 3-1 victory.
"I was used as a scapegoat in that game against Japan and I hope that will not be the case when the coach name his squad for the world cup," Amamoo told Citifm.
"I am having a fantastic season and I am sure if the coach and his technical people are monitoring, they will tell you Iâ€™m not doing badly at all.
"I am still improving on my performance and hopefully if the coach continues his monitoring method, I expect to be in there."
Ghana need competent goalkeepers as back-up to Richard Kingson for the World Cup finals.
Local talents Daniel Agyei and Philemon McCarthy had their chance at this yearâ€™s African Cup of Nations in Angola
Norwegian born Adambathia Larsen Kwarasey is also in line for a goalkeeping slot in the team.