Nigeria winger Samuel Kalu hopes he will get the chance play in the English Premier League in future, Completesports.com reports.
Kalu, 20, linked up with French side, Girondis Bordeaux from Belgium outfit, Gent last summer and has make huge impact at the club.
He has scored three goals in 16 league appearances for the former Ligue 1 champions.
His impressive showing has also caught the attention of Nigeria head coach, Gernot Rohr who handed him his debut in a 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying clash against Seychelles last year.
Kalu has made four more appearances since then and scored once.
“I would like to play in England. Everyone dreams of it. I talk sometimes about it with my teammates at the club,” Kalu told sudouest:com.
The talented winger also spoke about his move to Bordeaux and life at the club.
“After Ghent, I felt it was time for me to take another leap, Ligue 1 is a tougher league than in Belgium, and it was not easy because I had just arrived there,”Kalu added.
“The coach who wanted me (Gustavo Poyet) was sacked, I told myself that I had to work twice more to prove my value to the new coach . Ricardo is a very good coach, when he wants something from you, he comes to talk to you.
“I really feel very good in Bordeaux, it’s like a big family, everyone is talking to each other .We joke a lot, I learn French. Bordeaux is a stage, and when I leave, I want to be able to say that I was a great player. “
By Adeboye Amosu