Genk forward, Cyriel Dessers, on Monday rejected reports claiming he is still interested in playing for the Belgium national team.
The former Heracles Almelo striker has, therefore, reiterated his commitment to the Super Eagles.
The Belgium-born Dessers pledged his allegiance to the three-time African champions in December last year.
He was invited by Super Eagles manager, Gernot Rohr, for the aborted Africa Nations Cup (AFCON) qualifiers against Sierra Leone in March.
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A recent report had quoted the striker as saying he is still open to representing the Red Devils but the 25-year-old has now refuted the claims.
“They made a story from nothing. I didn’t even talk with Belgium and then they make a story,” Dessers told AOI.
“I said I hoped for a call [from Nigeria] in September, but that’s not even sure. That’s the coach who decides, it’s not in my hands. It’s just the click-bait sites who take things out of context and make juicy titles.”