By Sab Osuji:
Nigerian league veteran, Victor Ezeji is pondering calling it a day on his illustrious football career, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
Ezeji who is presently on the payroll of Sharks, has one CAF Champions League title, three Federation Cup trophies and two league titles below his belt, including a back-to-back win of the league trophy with two different clubs; Enyimba and Dolphins, to rank as one of Nigeria's most decorated domestic players.
The forward won the CAF Champions League with Enyimba, being part of the Kadiri Ikhana led squad that won Africa's most prized club honour in 2003.
Same year, 2003, Ezeji won the domestic Premier League title with Enyimba before a move to Dolphins where he also won the League trophy and went on to win two Federation Cups.
With six domestic silverwares glittering his trophy shelf, Ezeji who once had spell at Club Africain of Tunisia, has revealed he's considering leaving the stage.
"I think this may be my last season in the league," Ezeji tells Completesportsnigeria.com.
"I'm considering it seriously, but then, we've to wait till the end of the season to see how the body will feel like".
Ezeji has featured for the two Port Harcourt clubs; Sharks and Dolphins. He has not made any appearance for the Blue Angels, but remains optimistic he can make his debut in the second period of the campaign.