Abuja - Super Eagles striker Anthony Ujah has refused suggestions he is
flop, and has insisted he isn't a failure with the Super Eagles.
Speaking to News24, Ujah admitted he hasn't had the best of times
in Nigerian colours, but insists he isn't a failure and says he will prove
himself when the time comes.
"I won't say my time with the Super Eagles has been a
failure," Ujah said of impressions of him.
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"I've had my competition in the team with the friendly games
I played and the qualifiers for the last World Cup and I played in four
games under Stephen Keshi and I don't think I would have played the second,
third and fourth if I wasn't good enough.
"Strikers are judged by goals and that I have scored but I
won't say my time with Keshi was a failure.
"I never gave up on the chance to come here and prove myself
and I kept knocking on the door because I know what it means to play for the
"Hopefully this will be my time but I don't feel under
pressure and I will continue to give my best," Ujah said.