Ovie Ejaria has finally committed his international future to Nigeria.
The midfielder is currently on loan at Reading from Liverpool.
According to former Super Eagles media officer, Colin Udoh, Ejaria is now set to represent the three-time African champions.
“Ovie Ejaria has committed to Nigeria, an @NGSuperEagles team source tells me.
“Paperwork is already with FIFA, and Nigerian passport needs to be renewed.
“All but settled for the Liverpool man who is on loan at Reading,” Udoh tweeted on Wednesday.
Ejaria was born in London to Nigerian parents. He was part of the English U-20 team that won the 2017 U-20 World Cup and was called up to the U21s in 2018.
The former Arsenal academy player had been with the Nigerian U-17 team in 2013.
Ejaria has made 32 appearances for English Championship side, Reading, this season and has scored three goals.
Source: News update