Glasgow Rangers forward Seyi Ojo is ready to switch allegiance and represent Nigeria at senior level if called up by the Super Eagles coach.
The 22-year old was born in England to Nigerian parents and has represented the Europeans 43 times across youth levels.
The striker who is on loan at Rangers from Premier League side, Liverpool is however still eligible to play his country of birth, Nigeria.
Under FIFA rules he can switch allegiance because he is yet to play for the senior team of England.
This is in contrast to Tammy Abraham who recently revealed that he will choose England if called upon.
Joe Aribo who is Ojo’s teammate recently made his debut in Nigeria’s 2-2 draw with Ukraine last month and will feature in the friendly against Brazil on the 13th of October.
By Chineze Ogugua