According to leaks gathered by SL10.ng, Glasgow Celtic defender Efe Ambrose could be set to end his international career at the age of 25.
In a chat with a close friend of his picked up by SL10.ng, the 25 year old while sitting in the stands said he has had enough.
“E don do me, (have had enough )” he said in native Nigeria pidgin.
Ambrose annoyance we gathered stemmed from the way he was omitted from the match day squad without prior information.
“I no get wound oh, infact I just hear for our meeting say,I no go play or dey bench (I’m not injured, got to know I’m not playing during our pre-match team talk.)
“For three years have serve this team, I deserve better respect I’m not above being dropped, but not in this way.”
The former Kaduna United skipper said he is now set to focus on his club career and wish the Super Eagles well as they bid to qualify for the cup of Nations.
However, question marks still remain if he will rescind his decision to quit the team following the sacking of Stephen Keshi.
A central defender for the Scottish Champions, Ambrose plays as a right back for Nigeria but was dropped, as Keshi preferred Eddy Onazi, primarily a defensive midfielder, ahead of him.
Former Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi axed Ambrose and Nosa Igiebor from his side that won 3-1 over Sudan after their 1-0 loss on Sudan in Khartoun.
The duo were even not listed on the bench and watched the entire game from the spectator stands.
He made his Super Eagles bow in 2010 but was on the fringe, before cementing his spot in the team as first choice right full back in the last two years.