Super Eagles goalkeeper, Carl Ikeme has congratulated his Wolverhampton Wanderers teammates and Club Management for their qualification back to the English top flight.
Wolverhampton Wanderers were relegated to the English Championship in 2012 but will be making a return to the elite division after six years in the second tier.
Ikeme, however, played no part in the team’s promotion back to the elite division having been diagnosed with an acute Leukemia but was
“Congratulations to everyone involved with our great club. The hard work, loyalty and togetherness is something to savour,” Ikeme wrote on his Instagram page.
Wolves defeated Birmingham City 2-0 to move 12 points clear of second-placed Cardiff who have a game in hand.
Wolves have 95 points from 43 games and will seal their promotion if they get at least a point in their next game against Bolton Wanderers on Saturday.
Wolverhampton Wanderers also have another Nigerian in their ranks who is a former player and Midfielder of the Super Eagles, Seyi Olofinjana.
Olofinjana represented Wolves in the Premier League and the Championship during his playing days and he is currently the Wolves Under-23 Coach.