Maastricht midfielder Kelechi Nwakali has expressed his patience regarding his prospects for the Super Eagles, acknowledging the established midfielders currently holding precedence in the national team hierarchy, as reported by Completesportsnigeria.com.
Nwakali, on loan from Arsenal to the Dutch club, emphasized his steady development despite a modest start at Arsenal. He conveyed his willingness to persistently put in the effort and await his opportunity within the Nigerian national team.
“I’m content with my progress, albeit gradual. I will persist in my efforts and await my call-up to the Nigeria national team,” the former Golden Eaglets’ captain affirmed to CSN. He displayed a humble acceptance of the current talented individuals representing the Super Eagles, asserting his focus on sustained hard work and patience for his turn on the pitch.
Expressing confidence in his abilities, Nwakali shared his determination to fulfill his potential, highlighting the positive remarks made by Coach Rohr as motivation to further elevate his performance.
As he navigates his current tenure with Maastricht, Nwakali expressed contentment with their achievements, particularly the club’s qualification for the play-offs. Simultaneously, he expressed enthusiasm about the prospect of returning to Arsenal, acknowledging the competitive environment inherent in one of the premier clubs globally.
“I am eager to live the ‘Arsenal dream’ next summer, fully aware of the challenging competition within one of the world’s most prestigious clubs,” Nwakali added to CSN, reaffirming his dedication to Maastricht’s aspirations of securing promotion.