Sunderland striker, Victor Anichebe, has said he might not return to play for the Super Eagles.
Anichebe, who announced his retirement from international football in 2012, says he is happy with the crop of young talented players in the current squad under Gernot Rohr.
He feels he is too old for the team at 29.
“I had a few calls from Nigeria asking the possibility of me coming back to the team, but I just think now that we are at that stage where we have a lot of great young talent and coming through.
“We have Kelechi, we have even Odion, we have even Iwobi, and we have a bunch of really good young people playing in the team.
“I just think we are on a great journey now, I look at the Nigerian national team, so many faces I don’t even know but they are doing so well.
“So it just shows that we are nurturing more and more talents, therefore I consider myself an old man now, am 29.
“I don’t know whether I will be coming back,” he said.