Cyriel Dessers has defended his decision to represent Nigeria instead of the Belgium national team, reports Completesports.com.
Dessers, 27, was born to a Belgian father and Nigerian mother.
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The forward however chose to play for the Super Eagles despite reported interest from Belgium.
Dessers was however overlooked by former Super Eagles head coach, Gernot Rohr after a cameo debut against the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia two years ago.
The former Utrecht striker earned his recall to the team after a superlative campaign for Eredivisie side, Feyenoord Rotterdam.
Dessers insisted he took the right decision and is delighted to be back in the team.
“I got goose bumps after I scored that goal,” Dessers, who was top scorer in the UEFA Europa Conference League told reporters in Abuja.
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“I hope to score more goals and do everything for the team.
“I have no regrets I chose to play for Nigeria even though I was overlooked after my debut two years ago.
“I will keep fighting and continue to score goals to be called up.”
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