Sunday Mba has not given up on his football career after staying two years without a club.
Mba, who scored the Super Eagles’ winning goal in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations final, was released by Turkish club Yeni Malatyaspor in September 2017.
In an interview with BBC Sports, Mba admitted that life has not been easy after parting ways with his former club, but believes he still has plenty to offer.
”My desire is to get back into club football and I am working hard to start playing again.”As a free agent things are not really that easy, but you can only be hopeful,”
”Football is everything I have and I cannot just give up. I believe there’s something out there for me.”
”First you’d need the luck to find someone that believes in you and ready to give you a chance,” he said.
”I’ve continued to stay in shape, train daily and be physically ready for any opportunity.
”I still have something to give and will continue to stay mentally and physically ready.”
MBA made capped 16 times for the Super Eagles and scored three goals.
He played for both Enugu Rangers and Warri Wolves in the Nigerian top flight before switching to French club CA Bastia in January.