Adam Kwarasey has rubbished popular concerns making rounds in the media that is questioning his allegiance and commitment to the Ghana national team.
The Norway-born shot-stopper is being accused letting the nation down and not being patriotic.
Kwarasey lambasted Nassam Yakubu immediately the team arrived from Brazil over what he claimed was a shabby treatment at the team camp in Brazil for the 2014 World cup.
What probably made matters worse was the refusal of the Portland Timbers goal keeper to join the team in the international friendly against Canada last month.
Ghana coach Avram Grant had indicated his desire to see the MLS man return for the friendly against Canada two months ago but Kwarasey turned down his invitation to the chagrin of Ghanaians which has fueled concerns that he is not committed to the Black Stars.
Kwarasey has played down those concerns insisting he is committed to Ghana following a question posed by a Ghanaian fan to the goalkeeper on social media.
Who says I'm not committed? #AskAK12 #RCTID https://t.co/Of645oFmib
— Portland Timbers (@TimbersFC) December 4, 2015
Kwarasey was given the Best Save of the MLS award on Thursday and this might have made his services the more clamoured for.
Meanwhile, Avram Grant, who has not been successful at bringing back the keeper from his self-imposed exile, has indicated he does not factor in personal sentiments when making call ups to the Black Stars but rather players must make his criteria for selection.