Former Ghana captain John Mensah has launched another attempt to revive his career as he undergoes trials at Malaysian club Terengganu FA.
The 33-year-old is amongst 30 players hoping to win a contract at the Asian club.
Mensah who played in two senior World Cups for Ghana is fighting to revive his career after close to two years out of active football.
The former Olympique Lyon and Sunderland defender has had to battle a long-standing back problem.
Mensah however remains defiant and will not give up on his international career as he tries to land a professional contract with Terengganu who placed 4th last term in the Malaysian league.
He last played for Slovakian club FC Nitra in 2014.