Nigerian defender, Kenneth Omeruo is eyeing a return to the national team following a spell on the sidelines due to injury and loss of form.
The 22-year-old who currently stars for Istanbul based outfit Kasimpasa on loan from Chelsea has regained form and now a super regular. He is enjoying his football again and hopes Super Eagles manager Sunday Oliseh gives him another chance at international football.
Speaking with the BBCSport, Omeruo said: “The only way I can earn a recall is to continue doing well with Kasimpasa and keep my place in the team.
“Injury has had a negative impact on my run with the Super Eagles and I would love to get back to playing for my country again.
“My job is to keep progressing on and off the pitch, I don’t want to look too far ahead,” the 2013 Nations Cup winner added.
The Nigerian who is now a fan favourite at the Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Stadium is delighted with his current form for the Turkish side where he has made 17 appearances this season.
“I am enjoying my football playing every week and you just try to work hard and improve,” he said.
“Expectations are high because I come from a Premier League club, and every game you need to be switched on.”