Eddie Nketiah was a late second-half substitute in the final that saw Arsenal win their record 14th English FA Cup trophy after a 2-1 comeback win against Chelsea.
Moments following the victory on Saturday, the GFA sent a message via its official social media handle to the striker who’s of Ghanaian descent.
Meanwhile, Ghana continues to play the patient game with the striker who is yet to commit his international future to any country.
The message is believed to be another tactics by the Ghana FA to woe the Nketiah to choose the West African over the three lions.
He is the second player to be in such a dilemma; the first was Danny Welbeck who eventually committed his future to play for the English national team.
The feat is Eddie Nketiah’s second in two months after playing a huge role in Leeds United championship triumph this season.