The Flying Antelopes goalkeeper is hoping to be handed an invitation to the national team ahead of the Afcon qualifier next month.
Enugu Rangers goalkeeper Nana Bonsu says he deserves a call-up to Ghana's squad ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Ethiopia.
The 29-year-old helped Rangers to win the Aiteo Cup final against Kano Pillars last weekend after saving two penalties during the shootout.
"I've been doing my best and I think I deserve this chance to represent Ghana next month," Bonsu told Goal.
"There are equally good goalkeepers around but since the call-up is solely based on form, I believe the coaching staff must give me the opportunity. At least, everyone in Nigeria is aware of my heroics and I need to be rewarded.
"With Ghana in a dire need of three points against Ethiopia to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations, I think my presence will help. Kwesi Appiah must give me a chance. This is my time and I promise to do my best when given the opportunity," he added.
Ghana is sitting third in Group F of the qualifiers with three points, four points behind Kenya.
Bonsu was part of the Ashanti gold squad that won the 2016 Ghana Premier League.