Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey is set to lead Ghana at the World Cup after he was selected in the country's 26-man squad for the tournament in Qatar.
Partey is the headline name in the Black Stars side, which also includes Southampton defender Mohammed Salisu, Brighton full-back Tariq Lamptey – following his switch of allegiance from England – and Daniel Amartey of Leicester.
Ajax star Mohammed Kudus, who has impressed with his performances in Holland so far this season, and Athletic Bilbao striker Inaki Williams – whose brother Nico has been picked for Spain – are also in the squad announced by manager Otto Addo on Monday.
Also included in the squad are long-term players Andre and Dede Ayew.
But there is no place for the likes of Leicester's Jeffrey Schlupp and Genk midfielder Joseph Paintsil.
Ghana was handed a tough draw in Group H Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea.