By Johnny Edward:
Portland Timbers' Nigerian striker Fanendo Adi has revealed he is open to play for Nigeria if an invitation is extended to him.
Adi who is confident the Super Eagles will soar under coach Sunday Oliseh however urged the team's fans to be patient as the rebuilding of the team will undergo different stages.
In a brief chat with Completesportsnigeria.com Adi, who recently led Portland Timbers to win the Major League Soccer (MLS) title in the the USA and also doubles as the league's highest goal scorer, further disclosed he is looking forward to playing for the Super Eagles in the near future.
"I think the Super Eagles will rule African football in 2016 under Oliseh, lets forget what has happened in the past," Adi told Completesportsnigeria.com.
"I follow Nigerian football a lot despite being based in the United States, for the AFCON qualification series, the Eagles still have alot of matches to play so I'm sure they will qualify for the Nations Cup and the World Cup.
"Every player wants to represent his country, I love the Super Eagles and if am called up I will come and represent my country. We all will do it together, it's not one player's job. We all need to come together , so if I'm called up I will come."