Speaking after their 4-2 win at the Setsoto Stadium in Maseru, the former Gabon coach stated that he enjoys the project with the Eagles and would love to continue beyond the qualifiers.
“We have a good team. I enjoy working with this team because we have a project, we have young players who are progressing in the right way and we have started very well in this competition.
“But my contract will expire in June and the competition will continue afterwards so for me the ball is in the camp of the NFF officials,” Rohr concluded.
The Franco-German remains on course to land Nigeria in yet another AFCON appearance after impressive wins against Benin Republic and Lesotho to stay top of Group L with 6 points.