Accra Hearts of Oak SC players appeared to have changed their early season woes into a promising campaign with some emphatic performances in the last four league matches.
The Phobians shook off their opening day trauma with some grade A football led by emphatic wins over Bechem United FC and Techiman Eleven.
The playing body impressed the technical staff of the Black Stars heading into the next international assignment with some two stars turning heads already.
Black Stars trainer, Charles Kwablah Akunnor, closely monitored the performances of these rejuvenated Hearts of Oak SC players led by the enterprising Manaf Umar Gumah.
Manaf Umar provided two assists and three goals in his last five matches to keep his game changing form intact.
His recent form under Kosta Papic has forced the technical team of the Black stars to consider the former Auroras youngster if he can keep his recent form going forward.
CK Akunnor has delegated more scouting work on the in-form attacking midfielder for a potential debut call up into the Black Stars.
The technical has also taken note of the recent form of Richmond Ayi despite the strong competition for goalkeeping spot in the Black Stars.
Richmond Ayi zoomed his way out of the bench with some flying saves in the unbeaten run for the Phobians.
He will be closely monitored by the handlers to keep his place in the selected list of players monitored by the Black Stars technical team.