Granada midfielder Fatau Mohammed is bidding his time to break into the Black Stars in the foreseeable future.
The 21-year-old has enjoyed some decent run since he broke into the Granada first team this season.
The former Asante Kotoko youngster is being touted as one of the future stars of the Ghanaian national team with his combative displays in Europe.
But he has a slim chance of making the country’s 2014 World Cup despite excelling heavily for the Spanish side.
He says he’s not in a rush for a national team call-up and will wait for his time.
“In life there is time for everything. I am young and playing actively. I’m just waiting for my time,” he said
“I am not thinking about the World Cup but looking at the future.”
Mohammed joined Granada in 2011 and has since worked his way into the senior team.
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