Asamoah Gyan has thrown another shade at his critics as he aim a place at the World Cup with the Black Stars.
The 36 year old, currently unattached has declared his intention to represent Ghana at the World Cup for the fourth time.
Gyan has already played in three FIFA World Cups, thus in 2006, 2010 and 2014 where he captained the Black Stars.
The Ghana legend in 2012 made a shock move from Sunderland to Al Ain which got everyone talking after an explosive season in England.
According to Ghana’s all-time top scorer, moving to the UAE was the best decision having invested and created job opportunities with the money he made from the deal.
““Moving to Al Ain was the best decision I made in my Career, the money that I got I have made investments, I have created employments
“I have created employment for the same people who were insulting me. i pay taxes.”
The former Rennes man has been inactive for more than a year having last played for Legon Cities in the Ghana Premier League.