Benfica of Portugal new signing, Tyronne Ebuehi has declared that he is ready to play any role with the Super Eagles, as long as it means him giving his best to help the team succeed.
In the wake of his switch from right-back to right-wing-back in Saturday’s friendly against England, Ebuehi said he enjoys playing different roles for the team and stressed that he is ready to give his best at the World Cup
With rave reviews trailing another sterling performance by the former ADO Den Haag of Holland defender, Ebuehi said he is happy that he was again at his best.
He, however, admitted that the Eagles had a difficult first half in their 2-1 loss to England at Wembley Stadium, but says they all gave the game a better thrust after half time.
The Dutch-born defender, who got his sixth appearance for the Eagles in replacing Shehu Abdullahi at half time, said: ”I think we had it hard in the first half but I think in the second half we did very, very well.
“Personally I just did what I can and it went well personally. There was also some small mistakes but I did a good job. To be honest for me it doesn’t matter. I like both of the roles.
“(It) was a great atmosphere, great stadium also, of course it helps us a lot because the World Cup is the biggest stage and everybody is watching. A lot of people watched the game.”