Super Eagles invitee, Ola Aina has expressed his satisfaction in the wake of being called up by the Nigerian National team.
Subsequent to helping his Hull City side come back to winning courses against Bolton, the on-loan defender from Chelsea flew out to join up with the Super Eagles ahead of a consecutive 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Cameroon.
The two games could possibly see Nigeria broaden their favorable position at the highest point of Group B and Aina knows it would be a colossal accomplishment to make his senior international debut if called upon.
“It was a very proud moment to get called-up by Nigeria and the prospect of representing my country for the first time is very exciting,” he said.
“Everyone wants to play at the highest level and that’s what international level is. For me, it’s very exciting and I want to do really well.
“We’ve got an important two games against Cameroon coming up and I’m really looking forward to the whole experience.
“It should be two good, but very tough games. They’re a physical side and will no doubt be in good spirits after winning the African Cup of Nations in February.
“As I say, it will be tough but I’m very much looking forward to both matches and hopefully playing in the Super Eagles’ colours.”
English born Aina has represented England at youth level – from Under-16s through to Under-20s – but opted to represent Nigeria in March earlier after spending time at a Nigerian training camp in Barnet.
“It was an introduction to it all to see what I thought of it,” he explained.
“I hadn’t played for England at any level for quite a while, and international football is something that I wanted to experience. Also, Nigeria is where my origins are.
“I thoroughly enjoyed my time at the training camp and that was a key factor in my decision to switch