Black Queens and Police Ladies forward, Jane Ayiyeam optimistic of a call-up into the national team after impressing in her side’s last game.

The striker climbed off the bench to hand the security team a solitary victory over fellow security service club, Immigration Ladies.

The superlative performance of the WAFU gold medalist handed her the Most Valuable Player award on match day two, giving Police Ladies six points out of two games played.

In an interview with NB Sports, Jane opined her performance warranted a call-up to the Black Queens.

“Yes because getting into the national team has always been due to hard work and what you just saw here has proved that yes I deserve a national team call up.”

Despite her high goal scoring rate, the young striker does not eschew hard work.

“I’m really working towards it (national team call-up) because you just can’t sit idle and expect to be called to the national team.

“You always have to show what you have when you get to the national team camp. Because you are definitely going to meet equally good players there. So am using this tournament to make sure I get into the national team for the WAFU tournament.”

Ayiyem, 21, was part of the victorious side that conquered the rest of West Africa in the maiden WAFU tournament held in Cote D’Ivoire.