Babatunde Michael doused injury fears as he resumed full training just as he toldAfricanFootball.com he hopes to do more for Nigeria after he justified his starting place in a crucial 1-0 win over Bosnia.
The left winger, who was picked ahead of Chelsea ace Victor Moses, was attended to twice during the Bosnia game by the medics for a cramp before he was substituted in the 76th minute by Shola Ameobi.
“Babatunde (Michael) trained with the team on Sunday, he trained normally with the squad who played against Bosnia, I believe he is okay,” a source in the team toldAfricanFootball.com
“Everybody trained well and there are no injury worries, only Godfrey Oboabona didn’t train.”
In the meantime, the Volyn winger, whose inclusion on the final 23-man squad to the World Cup raised dust, has promised to produce more for the Eagles.
“I just need to keep the focus; I am here in the Eagles to prove a lot of things. I am ready to give everything to this team because I always believe I have all it takes to play for Nigeria,” Babatunde told AfricanFootball.com
“I have a lot to give to Nigeria and also owe my country a lot. And the future is bright with the quality of players I am privileged to play alongside. Everybody here is my brother and, I learn from them. They also see me as a friend and that makes it easier for me to build my confidence.”