Central FC midfielder Keron Cummings is grateful to be able to contest for Senior Team selection again a little more than a year after being sidelined after suffering gun shot wounds.
Cummings was forced to stay away from the game last year, undergoing rehab before taking the pitch again with Central FC. And though not quite back to the form that saw him break into the starting team at the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup, Cummings is feeling good again.
“I am grateful to God for this opportunity to rejoin the national team and press for selection for the two World Cup qualifiers in March. And I would like to thank head coach Dennis Lawrence for seeing it fit to bring me back in the team at this time,” Cummings said.
“I intend to give it my all, work hard and try to do what is best for the team during the upcoming training camp and hopefully I can be part of the team in March.”
Cummings was named among 27 players called up by Dennis Lawrence for a training camp beginning on Monday. If it’s one player the Mexicans will recall is the former W Connection player after his second half double put them on the backfoot in the 4-4 draw during the Gold Cup in 2014.
“It’s been a long road back and I still have some way to go but I am hungry again and I really want to work my way back into the final team and try to help us push forward in the remaining qualifying matches,” Cummings added.