The Bristol City forward has but to absolutely impress in a Ghana jersey after battling with health issues over the last few call ups. He missed the possibility for his debut after pulling out of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations squad.
He lastly made his debut on 1st June, 2022, coming on in its place to play 14 minutes as Ghana beat Madagascar 3-0 in a 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match in Cape Coast.
The 22-year-old forward has began the 2022/23 season in good kind, scoring 3 goals in 5 appearances in the Championship to this point.
“I’m happy obviously being with the team again. I hope that when I get the chance to play, I will score and make the country proud, so I’m just waiting for my opportunity again,” he said.
“Everyone is in good spirit, it’s a healthy competition; everyone is fighting for their spot. If you get that number 1 spot, you wanna take it so that’s what I’m fighting for,” he told the GFA media workforce.
Semenyo additionally touched on his biggest attributes as a player.
“I just wanna show at the world stage what I can do: I can score, I can link play, I can run it behind if I need to and like I said, I’m ready.”
Ghana play Brazil in Le Havre on Friday twenty third September 2022 at 18:30GMT, before taking on Nicaragua on Tuesday twenty seventh September, 2022 in Spain.