Osaze Speaks On World Cup Plans

Super Eagles striker, Peter Osaze Odemwingie says he has missed the team for the last two years and is desperate to make contribution to the team before he calls it quits with football.
He described the team as having raised their standards, which other countries especially in Africa will struggle to catch up with.
Speaking after the match against the Greek national side at the PPL Park In Philadelphia, USA, Odemwingie says without doubt the Keshi regime as coach has positively impacted on the team and he was desperate to be part of the success story.
“Luckily, I have been picked to go and do battle for the nation in Brazil and I can assure our people back home that I will give my all to the team.
“The talent is there, the stars are here and we work as a family. Yes I have been away but now that I’m back I want to give my all and ensure that we do well in Brazil”, Eagles Media Officer Ben Alaiya quoted Osaze as saying.
The Stoke City striker took time off to thank fans in Nigeria and across the world who stood by him while he was away from national duties and promised he would not fail them come Brazil 2014.

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