Kaduna - Hapoel Be’er Sheva of Israel midfielder John
Ugochukwu Ogu says he is working toward retaining his spot in the Super Eagles.
The 27-year old was gradually becoming an integral member of
the Super Eagles in 2013 when he made his debut, and even featured at the 2013
FIFA Confederations Cup, but eventually lost his place before he was recalled
for the friendly games against Uganda and South Africa in March, and he says he
is looking forward to being more consistent with the team.
“It feels great to be back with the team and I want to do
everything possible to prove to the coaches that I am here to stay.
“I have to do all I can to keep myself in the team and I
have to do my best whenever the coach calls on me.
“But first I have to prove it during trainings and also
during games and I have to do everything they ask me to do.
“Basically it’s all about proving myself which is what I am
willing to do and by the grace of God I will live a lasting impression on the
coaches. I will always give my best whenever I’m called upon,” he said.
-Soccer Laduma For
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