By Ighodalo Isiramen
Former Almeria midfielder, Ramon Azeez has not given up hope to don the colors of the Super Eagles as preparations get in top gear for Russia 2018 World Cup.
The Brazil 2014 World Cup star in a chat with Brila.Fm monitored by Daily Sun sport added that though it might be pretty difficult at the moment, he still hopes to get invited to play for the Super Eagles in the nearest future.
“I was at the World Cup in 2014 and it was a lovely experience for me and I hope I can still play in many more World Cups for the Super Eagles in the future.
“I have not ruled out the possibilities of playing for Nigeria again as I am always available to give my best to the team any time I am called upon. I am very optimistic that the current coach of the Super Eagles knows what is best for his team and hopefully, if I continue my impressive form, I might also get a look-in for the team.”
“My decision to sign for Lugo despite being a small city is the best for me, The city is small but they are a great city to represent.” Azeez disclosed.
“It was a great one for me to score my first goal of the season and I was also happy we won the match. Hopefully, I will score more goals and lead the team to the Premiere Division next season.
“We are taking the games one after the other now, our position on the log presently doesn’t count, but we will keep doing our job and we will see what happen at the end of the season”.
Ramon Azeez was part of late Stephen Keshi’s squad to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and started in the Super Eagles’ opening game against Iran.