Queens Parks Rangers and English defender, Moses Odubajo is on the verge of switching his allegiance to represent the Super Eagles of Nigeria.
The British born has five caps for England at U-20 level, which includes four appearances during the 2015 Toulon tournament.
Born to Nigerian parents, but raised in Greenwich, England. The 28-year-old who has never hidden his desire to represent Nigeria, he’s anxious to don the green white green jersey.
Odubajo started his football career with Millwall at age 13, but had a short break following the death of his mother. He returned to active football after some time out, to get over his mother’s death.
On his return to active football, he has since been awarded Orient’s youth team player of the year in the 2010/2011 season.
The right back recently joined Queens Park Rangers on a one-year deal from Sheffield Wednesday. Scoring against Manchester United in a pre season friendly game.
He was reportedly invited to the Nigeria U-23 training camp in 2014, but was unable to make the team.