Stephen Adams says he has been warmly received by the Black Stars

Goalkeeper Stephen Adams Enjoying Camp Life On Black Stars Return          

Goalkeeper Stephen Adams has spoken of the warm reception he has received from the players on his return to the Black Stars. 

The Aduana Stars ace earned his first senior since call-up since 2010 when he made he was named in Ghana?s provisional squad for the 2010 World Cup finals.

The  25-year-old says he is delighted to reunite with his international teammates.

?They are treating me very good because if you sit and watch Sulley Muntari and Asamoah Gyan play at the highest level and me mingling with them today, I like the way they are,? Adams told the Ghana FA website.

?The first time Asamoah Gyan came to training in Accra and saw me, he told me it?s for me to return to the team so they are treating me as their own blood brother.?

Adams was invited as one of Kwesi Appiah?s three gloves men for the 2014 FIFA World Cup double qualifiers against Sudan and Lesotho due to the unavailability of Norway-based Adam Larsen Kwarasey.

He has been consistent between the sticks in the Ghana Premier League for the Dormaa-based side.

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