Asamoah Gyan says his return to Ghana to sign for local side Legon Cities does not mean he is planning to retire.
The former Black Stars captain signed for his new club as a free agent after a stint in India came to an end earlier this year.
“Somebody might say ‘he is about to retire or something’, but I am not listening to that and I am just focussing on my playing career and then I will see what happens,” he told BBC Sport Africa.
The 34-year-old, who has signed a renewable one-year deal that could last for four years, refused to rule out another stint playing overseas or forcing his way back into the national team.
His last match for Ghana was as a substitute in the loss to Tunisia at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt.
“It depends on how everything goes. I am a new player with Legon Cities and I have to focus on my game,” he said in response to whether the deal is a short-term move. (BBC)