Swindon City goalkeeper Jojo Wollacott is happy however not stunned to be known as as much as the Black Stars for the primary time as a result of it had been within the pipeline.
He is been named within the Black Stars squad as considered one of 4 goalkeepers with Lawrence Ati-Zigi, Richard Atta and Ibrahim Danlad for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying double-header towards Zimbabwe this month.
Wollacott indicated that he had been contacted throughout his time at Bristol Metropolis however his invitation was delayed due to an absence of enjoying time.
In July this 12 months, Wollacot moved from the Championship membership to Swindon City within the English fourth-tier and is their primary goalkeeper, enjoying 10 matches and saved 4 clear sheets.
“It was one thing I used to be conscious of earlier than nevertheless it was by no means going to occur as a result of I wasn’t enjoying,” he provides.
“I discovered on the Sunday after the sport on Saturday final week. And it is simply occurred fairly quick. I simply making ready myself and concentrating on the sport on Saturday first after which let’s examine what occurs after after I depart for Ghana.”
“There’s some historical past with Ghana as they’ve completed nicely at earlier worldwide tournaments,” provides the goalkeeper.
The 25-year-old was born in Bristol.