Nigerian midfielder Irhene Fidelis Christopher has said he is good enough to be a member of the Nigeria national team, the Super Eagles.
The gifted midfielder who joined AEL Limassol of Cyprus at the beginning of the European season from Portuguese giants FC Porto has been a rave review in that country.
Fidelis, who spoke to allnigeriasoccer.com ahead of his team's Monday clash with APOEL Nicosia, wants the Nigeria Football Federation and national team handlers to ransack the whole of Europe for quality players for the national team as he believes Nigeria has enough quality scattered all over the world to do well at the Fifa World Cup next year in Russia and beyond.
He also stressed that the NFF must look beyond 2018 as they rebuild the national team.
He went further to say Super Eagles defender cum midfielder, Shehu Abdulahi and himself are the biggest Nigerian exports in Cyprus and since Shehu has been given a chance he hope the handlers could extend an invitation to him as well.
Records have shown that the former Pawas Soccer Academy of Jos Man has been playing regularly in Cyprus since joining from Porto.
He however said in the absence of international football he wants to give his best to his team to help them rule Cyprus and regularly play in Europe.
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