Striker Elvis Manu says he would annul his nationality switch to make him eligible to play for Holland again if he continues to get snubbed by Ghana.
The 23-year-old is yet to receive a his debut call up to the Black Stars despite doing all the paper work to qualify him to play for Ghana two years ago.
Manu who has featured for the Dutch national team at youth level could still represent Holland as a full international since he is yet to play for Ghana.
The former Feyenoord player confirms it is a possibility with his call up to the Black Stars overly delayed.
“There is no regret [about switching nationality to play for Ghana] because in every decision you make there is a price to pay,” he told FootballMadeInGhana.com.
“I made that choice and I haven’t yet made that appearance for Ghana so the feeling is like if it doesn’t happen for me in some few years time then maybe I can go back and play for Holland.
“This is not something that is on my mind now because my heart is with Ghana but then if it doesn’t happen, what can I do?”
Elvis Manu has played for the Dutch U17, U19, U20 and U21 teams before deciding to switch his international allegiance to Ghana – the country of his parental heritage – in 2015.