Former Enugu Rangers’ striker, Chisom Egbuchulam has expressed his desire to wear the green and white jersey of Nigeria in the future following his impressive form with Swedish second division side Falkenberg, AOIFootball.com reports.
The 26-year-old striker, who is yet to be capped by Nigeria at senior level, told AOIFootball.com exclusively that he will continue to work hard on and off the pitch to actualize his dream even as he hopes to finish top scorer in the Superettan.
“Playing for my country will be a thing of joy for me because I have always worked hard to try and get to the standard of the national team. I was their once but even though I did not play, I believe I have what it takes to get another invitation in the future.
“It has been a good season for me all-around because I am doing well on the field of play and my club is also doing well on the table. Personally, I would love to finish as the top scorer in the division and help my club gain promotion. I know it won’t be an easy task but it’s very possible,” Egbuchulam concluded.
Egbuchulam earned his first call-up for Nigeria in 2016 but was an unused substitute in the Eagles’ 2-1 triumph away at Zambia. He has also been impressive this season, scoring eight goals in just 16 appearances.
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