The Perugia of italy creative midfielder spoke with www.footballlive.ng saying:
I thank God for the new stride in my life, before the loan move from my parent club Bologna FC. I had little or no playing time at all in Bologna based on the fact there were lots of good players in the team including myself also.
I am so thankful the loan deal came through, and i am glad, i am doing quite well in Perugia with a superlative performances Perugia .
My preference of choice club between Bologna and Perugia , honestly my choice is to go back to my parent club Bologna because they play in the Italian elite league, Seria A, while Perugia is Seria B, be it as it may, i just want to play good and competitive football.
Looking at a glimpse of my starting point, i started my football career here on this pitch in Abacha Barracks in Abuja , it was rough but i followed my dream which is my career today and i worked very hard to achieving my dream.
In regards to if eventually i get an invitation to play in the U23 national team? wholeheartedly i am ready to play for my country, i have done it before in the U-17 and U-20 , i am still willing to do more because it’s a privilege to play for my beloved country Nigeria, i am ready anytime, anyday.
My source of inspiration in the world’s football is Kaka of Brazil, in Nigeria National team i looked up to Ogenyi Onazi as a role model while coming up in my career.
I will give kudos to my family because they have being my support beam right form day one , they where part of my driving force even i felt tired they kept pushing me to strive harder. I thank God because their support has brought me this far in my career.
My visit to orphanage home is something that has being part of me, before i got in to the lime light, it a decision i made right from when i had nothing, i always pay regular visits to the orphanage home.
It is part of my success therapy in life, giving to the less privileged.
The Perugia loanee concluded by saying, I owe my path of success coach Emmanuel Amunike who gave me an opportunity to showcase my God given talent, i believe his words of encouragement has brought me and the likes of Kelechi Nwakali, victor Osimhen, Orji Okoronkwo, Samuel Chukwueze who were my team mates way back our U-17 days to where we are right now.
(The 1st picture shows Kingsley Michael and his dad Mr. Michael)