Newly invited striker, Emem Eduok wants to make his presence count if named in the squad that will confront Sudan Saturday in the AFCON qualifier in Sudanese capital, Khartoum.
The Dolphins forward was a late inclusion in Keshi’s Super Eagles team after Victor Moses was ruled out on account of injury.
With 12 goals under his belt in the domestic top flight, Eduok is setting his sights on the big stage by making his presence count if he makes the cut for the Sudan party.
“Being invited to the Super Eagles camp is a dream come true for me”, starts Eduok, a former Akwa United ace.
“Its now for me to prove the coach right and this I would do by giving above 100 per cent if I’m selected for the game against Sudan”.
Eduok says he’s enjoyed every bit of his experience in the senior national team since his arrival at the team’s Bolton White Apartment hotel camp on Monday.
“It has been a wonderful experience playing with the likes of John Obi Mikel, Vincent Enyeama, Efe Ambrose among others.
“One learns every day and it goes to add more to my career.
“Hope to my inclusion count if given a role in the game. As a striker, that’s the duty, putting the ball behind the goalkeeper’s net”.