Lagos - Peter Odemwingie admits he is unsure of whether or
not he will represent Nigeria again following their early exit from the 2014
The Stoke City forward was part of the Super Eagles outfit
that progressed through the group stages in Brazil, with Odemwingie securing
his side's only win at the tournament as his goal against Bosnia-Herzegovina
proved decisive in the 1-0 win.
Stephen Keshi's men were unable to find a way past France in
the last-16, though, as they went down 2-0, and 'Osaze', as he is
affectionately known in Nigeria, admits his career as an international
footballer may just be over.
"Sometimes you just feel like you've come a circle and
I don't know whether I'll play on for Nigeria," he told BBC Sport.
"I am committed to the country's cause. Right now I'm
not too sure. It might be but it might not. "You need to be honest with
yourself and your country. There are few people I need to talk to because I
can't be selfish.
"Nigeria has always meant everything to me. Despite
everything I've been through, wearing the national colours has definitely been
one the highlights of my career."
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