Nigerian striker, Fanendo Adi says he doesn’t regret not making an appearance yet for the Super Eagles whilst looking forward to the special moment.
The Columbus crew forward made this know while featuring on NSM in a Special Wednesday Session.
Adi said he isn’t perturbed about the non appearance and will continue to work hard, focus on the pitch while hoping to get a call up soon.
“I was with the squad in Egypt and it was painful not to be selected. I really can’t control that, but I will continue to give my best for my club and soon, hopefully, the Eagles handlers can spot me”, Adi said.
“I always wish the Super Eagles the best, it’s my country and I want them to do well”, he concluded.
Following his transfer from AS Trencin, Adi scored a goal in his F.C. Copenhagen debut against FC Vestsjælland on 25 August, despite not having his work and residency permit.
In January 2011, Adi, then 20 years old, was invited for a trial by Ajax for the second time.
Adi was called up to Nigeria’s U23 team twice in 2011. He was also called up to the senior Nigeria squad to face Egypt in a 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in March 2016 but did not play.