Chelsea player, Tammy Abraham, has not entirely excluded Nigeria from competing.
Gareth Southgate, England’s manager, will sweat to lose the goalkeeper he called up in November 2017, but still only performed in friendly matches.
It implies that Abraham has the choice of switching the allegiances of the national team.
The 21-year-old was raised in London, but by maternal ancestry he qualifies for the Super Eagles.
Speaking at Molineux Stadium, Abraham said after his hat-trick assisted the Blues lose 5-2: “Yes, I found the conversation. I wasn’t really concentrated on that yet.
“I think when the time comes, the times comes. It is about focusing on Chelsea and hopefully scoring goals and getting victories.
“We never know. You can never say never, whatever comes first, really. I just have to keep full focus on Chelsea. It has been a good day at the office for the boys and me. Coming here is never easy. We played well, thankfully, I scored three and we got the three points.”