By James Agberebi :
Esperance of Tunisia forward, Emem Eduok, has stated that he is confident of getting a call-up back to the Super Eagles.
Eduok last featured for the Eagles against Tanzania in a 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier under Sunday Oliseh.
In a chat with Completesportsnigeria.com, the former Dolphins player said he still has a lot to offer the Super Eagles.
"I've not given up concerning returning to the Eagles," Eduok told Completesportsnigeria.com.
"I know I will be back in the team because I still have a lot of contribution to make in the team.
"Very soon I will return, I am confident of that," Eduok reiterated.
Eduok also said he still wants to ply his trade in Europe but that his agent will help in making a final decision about that.
"I still have the ambition of playing abroad especially in Europe because that's the best for every Nigerian player.
"But that will be decided by my agent, all I need to do is continue working hard in Esperance and hopefully my dream will come through."
Esperance are currently third in the league table with 65 points from 27 games.
They are five points adrift of leaders Etoile du Sahel.