Tyronne Ebuehi has declared that he hopes to be fit enough to play for the Super Eagles in their last Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Seychelles on March 22.
With a January 29 set as his return date from injury, the Benfica defender is already thinking big for the national team.
Ebuehi also thanked Eagles' technical crew and top shots of Nigeria Football Federation for checking up on him during his time out.
Though the former ADO Den Haag of Holland right-back has not played for the Eagles since starring at the World Cup in Russia, Ebuehi revealed that the coach, Gernot Rohr, the NFF and his teammates continue giving him total support.
Ebuehi said he hopes to return for next year's final AFCON qualifier against Seychelles.
Ebuehi took to social media to praise the players, coaches and officials with an emoji expressing his gratitude for ‘total support and care.
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