Ebere Eze (middle) was born in Greenwich, England to Nigerian parents. Image: Complete Sports

‎The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has said Queens Park Rangers (QPR) star Ebere Eze would get his chance to play for the Super Eagles.

Concise News that Ebere who is an England youth international has been in a stellar form for the Championship side this term.

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Just last weekend, the midfielder bagged a brace as QPR saw off Hull City in a Championship match.

Nigeria Ready 

There have been calls for the player to get an invitation to the Super Eagles team and the NFF has said the player does not need approval from FIFA before pitching his tent with the West Africa side.

According to a member of the NFF, Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr is aware of the 21-year old and will give him a chance in the team.

”The information is correct and we have communicated to the coach after making consulting our legal team,” the NFF members anonymously told Own Goal Nigeria.

“The boy can play for us without any approval from FIFA because he only played in friendly games for England U20.”

Rohr is happy that Ebere does not need paperwork to feature for his side and is expected to include him in the team soon.

Full Of Potential

While speaking after the match with Hull, QPR gaffer Mark Warburton hailed the player who has scored six times this season in the league.

Ebere is a very, very talented young player. There is loads of work for him to do and loads of potential for him to still discover,” Warburton said.

“He’s a good player and you saw his quality, his character and his desire to be a better player today [ Saturday]. He’s a very talented individual and he has a very big future ahead of him.

“He’s a powerful athlete and he can go left or right. He looks to get on the ball, his awareness is good and he has lots of technical ability.

“Like all young players, he has to work hard because this can be a spiteful game if you don’t work hard.

“He’s a pleasure to work with day-in, day-out, as are Ilias, Brighty, Dom Ball, Ryan Manning; there are a number of very good young players in our squad. We have to keep working with them.”

Ebere was born in Greenwich, England to Nigerian parents and joined QPR in the 2016/17 season on a free after a youth career at Millwall.