Rangers midfielder Joe Aribo is away on international obligation with the Super Eagles of Nigeria after incomes his maiden call-up final week.
The 23-year-old Gers man might be handed his debut tonight when supervisor Gernot Rohr’s aspect tackle Ukraine in a friendly, and he has vowed to provide his greatest for the West African giants if given an opportunity towards the European aspect tonight and going ahead.
Aribo is barely recognized in Nigeria as the Scottish Premiership isn’t very fashionable over there, and the previous Charlton Athletic star has advised them what to expect from him.
“I’m actually glad to have gotten this call-up to Nigeria, and I just need to take advantage of it and in addition play as long as attainable to do all I can to make sure we proceed being one of the best nationwide workforce,” the Rangers midfielder told the Super Eagles official YouTube channel.
“I’m a central midfielder and I wish to get in and across the field, assist the workforce defensively and in addition add more chew to the attacking power of the workforce”.
Aribo left the League One aspect to hitch Steven Gerrard’s aspect on a free switch this summer time, and has already completed sufficient to earn a call-up to Nigeria.
He has featured in 12 appearances across all competitions for Rangers this term, and has firmly established himself within the manager’s plans.
He isn’t expected to walk into the Super Eagles’ beginning XI, though, with Leicester City’s Wilfried Ndidi and Stoke City’s Peter Etebo the favoured defensive midfield pairing.
Nevertheless, Aribo can prove what's capable of and provides Rohr a variety headache when the country’s Africa Nations Cup and World Cup qualifiers begin.