Porto fullback, Zaidu Sanusi, has revealed his desire to play in the English Premier League at some point in his career.
He, however, stressed that his priority lies with Portuguese giant, Porto, the club he joined last month from modest Santa Clara.
Sanusi was one of the seven players that received their maiden call-up to the Super Eagles earlier in the week.
He joined six other fresh invitees – Dele Alampasu, Mathew Yakubu, Chidera Ejike, Cyriel Dessers, Frank Onyeka, and Samson Tijani in the Nigeria squad for upcoming matches against Ivory Coast and Tunisia in Austria.
The player told allnigeriasoccer.com that he shared a close bond with Chidozie Awaziem when he initially moved to Porto before the Nigerian international moved to Boavista about three weeks ago.
He said: “I’d like to play in the Premier League in the future but I know it won’t be easy, I don’t have any favourite club there.
“I am very happy to be in Porto now because many Nigerians played in FC Porto before, last year they had Chidozie Awaziem.
“I met Awaziem, I like him, he is a good player. We talked about things, life, now I’m here alone in FC Porto.
“The team is very good, I like the players.”
The player also expressed delight at his invitation to the Super Eagles for the October games and described it as a dream come true.