Norway based Nigerian striker Leke Samson James says he won’t stop working very hard as he dreams a call up to the Nigerian National Team.
The talented goal scorer has painted Norway with goals in the colours of Molde FC which was formerly tutored by Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
In an interview with newsmen on Sports platform NSM Rebranded, the 27 year old said he would welcome the opportunity and expressed his optimism that he would do well in the Super Eagles.
On his opinion about not getting a call up to the National team despite his form in Norway, Leke James said
“It doesn’t feel good despite the scoring form but I will keep on working hard and hoping I will get the chance some day”
He confirmed that he has been part of the age grade teams in Nigeria before but the ultimate will be a Super Eagles Call up.
“I have been invited to the under 17 before in 2009, I was also invited to the Under 23, that was when I moved to Aalesund”
James joined Molde in April 2018 and finished the 2019 season scoring 24 goals in 38 matches and won the Norwegian title with Molde.
He has scored seven goals already this season and he’s already looking forward to adding more to that tally