Reports coming out of London are indicating that Tottenham Hotspur-owned midfielder Luke Amos has refused to rule out the possibility of representing the Nigerian National Team soon and will be open to wearing the green and White of Nigeria
The 22-year-old has become the second Queens Park Rangers player that is open to playing for the Super Eagles after Nigerian-born winger Bright Osayi-Samuel, who is having another outstanding season revealed his love for the Birds.
Even though Amos has earned two caps for the England U18 team, he can still play for the Super Eagles straightaway, without applying to FIFA for a change of association, as the games were non-competitive
Amos is a strong central midfielder, and has excellent passing and tackling skills and can also be deployed as a deep-lying playmaker.
He made his English Premier League debut for the parent club, Tottenham Hotspur on the opening day of the 2018-2019 campaign at Newcastle United and has been included in Spurs' matchday squads for the Champions League and League Cup in the past.
We are sure the NFF has heard his message and will respond appropriately.