England Under-20 youth international Sheyi Ojo has uncovered that he would consider changing to Nigeria at senior level if the Super Eagles were to express their interest.
Ojo is at present on-advance at French Ligue 1 club Reims from Liverpool and is qualified to speak to the West African nation since his folks are Nigerians.
In a meeting with BBC Sport, Ojo conceded that he is available to following in the strides of Victor Moses, Alex Iwobi and Ola Aina among others.
“Frankly, I don’t know much about it (Nigerian intrigue), however in the event that they call me I’d be regarded to go to Nigeria,” Ojo disclosed to BBC Sport.
“It’s clearly a gigantic country. I’m simply extremely centered around club football right now, however I’m energized for the future, both club and nation.
“My folks are initially from Nigeria also, so they know a great deal about it. They’ve generally been enthused about the thought [to speak to Nigeria] yet so far I’ve fundamentally been concentrating on club football.
Ojo proceeded: “obviously, if I somehow managed to get chose I’d consider it, I’d never turn down Nigeria.
“I’m from Nigeria initially so it’d be a respect, moreover with England too. On the off chance that I continue doing great, open doors will stop by for club and nation.
“It’s not by any stretch of the imagination something I’m considering right now however no one can really tell what could occur later on.”
The 21-year-old assumed a key job in helping England to 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup radiance, including five times as the Young Lions lifted the crown following a 1-0 prevail upon Venezuela in the last.