Contrary to suggestions that his retirement is long overdue, Asamoah Gyan believes he still got some football left in him.
Gyan, Ghana’s record goal scorer has been implored several times by Ghanaians and soccer lovers who believe retirement is the best way to protect his enviable legacy.
The stripping of the Black Stars captaincy last year was meant to be the final nail on the coffin for Gyan’s international football career but with Kwasi Appiah gone and Akonnor now at the helm of affairs, Gyan believes he still has a future with the Black Stars.
Speaking in an interview with TV3’s Juliet Bawuah, Gyan appreciated that as a footballer, there comes a time when it becomes a necessity for you to hang your boots but added that he will do so when the it was due.
Gyan maintains that he still has a lot to offer and will not be retiring anytime soon.
“For me, what will make somebody quit football, is the deal dedication but it is still there”, Asamoah said
“So, I feel I have a lot to prove and on the field; when I see certain things, I feel like I can still do it.
“A lot of people have tried but I always say to myself I will call it a day on my own terms: Nobody can retire me.”