Forgotten Super Eagles striker Brown Ideye, is eyeing a return to the National team after making his last appearance two years ago.
Ideye last played represent Nigeria in a Russia 2018 World Cup qualifier game against Zambia in Ndola, where he assisted Kelechi Iheanacho to score the second after the Eagles led through Alex Iwobi’s half Volley.
However, the former West Bromwich Albion striker has been frozen out of the team since then but said he’s ready to play for his country when called upon.
“My wish every day is to play for the Super Eagles because I love my country and will not shy away from turning up for the national team if invited by technical adviser Gernot Rohr,” Ideye told Goal.
“A return to the team is my immediate ambition and that fuels me to work hard every time.
“No doubt that there are a lot of talented players in the squad now, however, I know there a lot of value I can add if given the nod.
The 2013 AFCON Winners added that his immediate aim is to help Gernot Rohr’s team succeed again in the competition in Cameroon come next year.
“I happy about being fit again and now, I have to step on the gas.
“I look forward to being able to feature in Cameroon 2019 Africa Cup of Nations and end up on the winning side. I want to experience a final like that of South Africa 2013 again,” he concluded.