VOLGOGRAD, RUSSIA - JUNE 22: Tyronne Ebuehi of Nigeria waits the decision following the VAR review that will end in an Iceland penalty during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group D match between Nigeria and Iceland at Volgograd Arena on June 22, 2018 in Volgograd, Russia. (Photo by Michael Regan - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)
Super Eagles defender, Tyronne Ebuehi has thanked the handlers of the Super Eagles and the NFF hierarchy for checking up on him in his trying times as he continues to recover from a serious injury he suffered during the pre-season with Benfica, reports.
The right-back has not played for the national team since their exit from the last FIFA World Cup in Russia,  and he, however, acknowledged the team on social media for their total support as he hopes to return before next year’s clash against Seychelles in March.
The former Ado Den Haag player, in his reply to the Eagles’ official handle, praised the team with an emoji expressing his gratitude for their support and care.
It will be recalled that Eagles’ manager Gernot Rohr revealed earlier this week that he will send a fitness coach to work with the young defender to help him recover on time for next year’s AFCON, a clear indication that the player still remains a part of the team.