Former Uganda Revenue Authority Football Club attacking midfielder Vincent Kayizzi is hoping he will be recalled to the national team when the squad is announced on Friday. Uganda Cranes will play away to Liberia in a World Cup qualifying tie on March 24 in a game they must win to revive their hopes after drawing to Angola and Senegal. The player said he had worked hard since his move to Motor Lublin FC of Poland in the second Division last October and hoped the technical bench would consider him. Kayizzi said this before leaving for Poland early this week. Kayizzi told Uganda Radio Network on phone that it is always good playing for the national team and hoped that he is recalled because he still has what it takes to help the team in the World Cup qualifiers and other engagements. Asked about his new life in Poland, Kayizzi who also featured for FK Srem (Serbia), APR FC (Rwanda) and KCCA FC (Uganda) said he is enjoying himself although his team is in 13th place. He said his team was working hard to try and enter the first division. He also noted that there are few African players featuring in Poland. The Cranes Coach Bobby Williamson is expected to name his squad on Friday after meeting members of the technical team. Livingstone Kyambadde, the FA Vice President in-charge of technical matters said this afternoon that they will meet on Friday and pick the squad and also draw a tentative programme for the team. Ugandan based players would be invited to start training on March 9.