Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa has once again expressed his desire to play for a Nigeria Premier Football League, NPFL years after featuring in the league.
Recall that Musa broke many records playing for Kano Pillars many years back.
The 31-year-old was top scorer in the NPFL in the 2009/10 season.
The winger linked up with Eredivisie outfit, VVV Venlo the following season.
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Musa returned to Pillars for a brief stint in 2021
The former Leicester City player hinted that he is keen to play in the NPFL once again.
“I will always talk about the Nigerian league because I was once their product. And that placed me where I am today and till tomorrow, anytime I am going to stop football, I am going to come to Nigeria again, and play in the Nigerian League,” Musa stated on X (former Twitter space).
“But this time, I am going to stay for a long time and play. To show you the love I have for the Nigerian League.