Apoplectic Wakaso came out publicly to 'blast' and questioned the former Al Khartoum manager criteria of selecting players to the national team after he was sidelined since the re-appointment of the Ghana gaffer and felt the trainer has something against him.
The unpleasant comments from the Deportivo Alaves midfielder perhaps would have ruled him out of the Black Stars since Appiah still remains as the coach.
But Wakaso, 26, has return back into the national team following Afriyie Acquah and Alfred Duncan's injury.
''There is no tension nor difference between now and before. Since am part of the family and still be part of the family even if am not called into the national team, ''.
Wakaso told the press at the Cape Coast Stadium following Ghana's match preparations towards their World cup qualifier against Egypt on Sunday.
Black Stars skipper Asamoah Gyan sustained thigh injury during Wednesday's training and scan has revealed that the Ghana's top scorer will miss the final World cup qualifier against Hector Cuper's side that have already advance to the 2018 World Cup.
However Wakaso believes the players still have Gyan at heart and feel his presence at the camp.
''Since the chief (Asamoah Gyan) is not around his spirit is always with the team and we feel that we have him around us because we communicate with him''.
''We are keeping everything cool like he's there and I hope things will go on well like the way we expect it''.
Black Stars duo, Harrison Afful and Christian Atsu have also been ruled out due to injuries.
Black Stars dilapidated Glow lamp Academy 5-1 yesterday in a match friendly ahead of Egypt clash on Sunday at the Cape Coast Stadium.
By: Augustus Opoku