German-born Ghanaian female international Eunice Nketiah Beckmann has revealed her readiness to feature for the senior national women's team, Black Queens, once she is invited.
The 26-year-old currently plays for Spanish women's premier league division side Madrid CFF, having previously played for Swedish side Linköpings FC and German side FCR 2001 Duisburg and Bayern Munich.
Beckmann, 26, penned a long-term deal with Real Madrid women following a remarkable season for FC Basel where she scored 25 goals in 26 appearances last term.
Beckmann has represented Germany at junior level hence eligible to play for the Black Queens.
"I'm yet to be contacted by Spanish Federation for their senior national women's team same as Germany", she stated.
"Every player dream to play his or her nation so I will be happy to play for Ghana if they contact me"
"I talk to some of the national team players and coach Yusif Basigi but there is nothing official."
Speaking on Alpha radio in Kumasi stated that whenever the national team handlers call on her to represent the country, she would gladly honour the invitation.
"If the GFA and the technical team call me to play for the Black Queens I will come because it will be an honor to play my country", she added.
Eunice Beckmann is undoubtedly one of most endowed strikers in Europe with her numerous goals and skills.