Super Eagles defender, Efe Ambrose, has told Complete Sports that it will be a wonderful experience for him to be part of the countryÔÇÖs team to the FIFA 2014 Confederations Cup holding in Brazil in June.
The former Israel based defender who could not be part of the EaglesÔÇÖ World Cup qualifier against the Harambee Stars of Kenya in Calabar, is one of the 30 players called by Coach Stephen Keshi for the teamÔÇÖs World Cup qualifiers and the Confederations Cup in June and he is now looking forward to the challenges ahead.
ÔÇ£It is great to be back in the team and I am sure that it is going to be a wonderful experience to play at the FIFA Confederations Cup,ÔÇØ says the Celtic FC of Scotland defender.
ÔÇ£I must tell you that I missed the last match played in Calabar but thank God, we still have the second leg to play and I am looking forward to the game.ÔÇØ
Ambrose who believes that the Super Eagles will still be at the 2014 World Cup despite the setback the team suffered in their last qualifier, said he will be available for the matches that will be played in June.
ÔÇ£I have been talking to the coaches and I have told then that I will be ready for the matches. Our prayer now is that God should see us through but I am sure that everyone is going to give his best to make sure that we get to the promise land which is the World Cup.ÔÇØ
Meanwhile, notable players like Obafemi Martins, Osaze Odemwingie, Joseph Yobo and few more were not considered by Coach Stephen Keshi for the June assignments.