Nigeria’s head coach, Stephen Keshi, has said he would wish to keep his job after the World Cup Finals in June “if the conditions are right”.
Keshi has been in charge of the Super Eagles for about three years during which he won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations and qualified the country for a fifth World Cup appearance.
However, his relationship with his employers, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), have not been smooth sailing so much so he quit the post just hours after he led the country to win the Nations Cup in South Africa, last year.
“If the condition is good, I will definitely stay.
“I am not in Nigeria (as coach) to make money. If I wanted to do that, I would have been in other countries that offered me more. But I want to contribute and help build the Super Eagles as well as develop football in my country,” the Big Boss said.
The former Nigeria’s international skipper, who has also worked in Togo and Mali, has been rumoured to have attracted the interests of several other countries including South Africa.
But he has insisted he has not allowed such interests to detract him.