Super Eagles goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama, has stated that it would not surprise him if coach Stephen Keshi does not include him in his new team.
The goalkeeper has been widely criticized for Malawi last minute equalizer on Saturday in a World Cup qualifier in Blantyre.
Enyeama fumbled a long ball inside his area and from the loose ball John Banda fired home to draw Malawi level in stoppage time at the weekend.
“I won’t be surprised if during this period I’m dropped from this team. Nobody is too big to be asked to go if he’s not measuring up, but I must commend those of us that are here for being very committed not only to qualifying for the World Cup but also the Nations Cup,” Enyeama said when he addressed the rest of the squad in Abuja.
But the under-fire goalkeeper says he would rather ask that the Malawi draw be consigned to history as the next focus is Saturday’s 2013 Africa Cup of Nations clash against Rwanda.
“We were supposed to win in Malawi and it didn’t happen, that is now in the past. We must forget that and be ready to beat Rwanda silly to qualify for the next Nations Cup,””Enyeama said.
“Don’t forget that we failed to qualify for the last Nations Cup and God forbids thunder will not strike twice in our time.
“That is why I’m begging us to leave issues of last week behind and get ready to pound Rwanda for the Nations Cup.”
Enyeama last season struggled for first-team action at his clubside Lille in France last season.ons Cup.”