Super Eagles skipper, Ahmed Musa says he will play in the Nigeria Premier Football League again before he retires from active football.
Musa began his career at Kano Pillars FC and was NPFL top scorer in the 2009/2010 season.
After winning the highest goalscorer award in Nigeria, Musa joined Eredivisie outfit, VVV Venlo the following season from where he flourished and achieved great success as a footballer.
The 31-year old 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”, he said.