Al-Nassr of Saudi Arabia attacker, Ahmed Musa has declared that playing in Saudi Arabia has helped him build-up his form, because the league is as tough as can be found in any European country.
Musa has hit top form for the Super Eagles in recent time, going on to hit goals in the past three matches of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers, and footballlive.ng reports he has now served a strong hint that it is because he is enjoying his game and time in Saudi Arabia.
Musa joined the Saudi Arabia outfit in the summer from Leicester City after starring at the World Cup, where he scored twice against Iceland to become Nigeria’s highest scoring player in the history of the Mundial.
His form has improved tremendously and he led the way as stand-in captain for the back-to-back victories against Libya, which took Nigeria top of Group E in the AFCION 2019 qualifiers.
Musa has now admitted that life in Saudi Arabia is a great difference from the nightmare he faced in England with Leicester before moving back to CSKA Moscow of Russia on loan in January.
The former Kano Pillars and VV Venlo of Holland satar has now admitted he is enjoying his time at Al-Nassr and an early exit is not part of his plans.
Musa said: “Football is the same everywhere, if you’re good in England, you are also good enough for other teams and clubs in Europe and Asia.
“I’m happy here and I have no plans of leaving, offers came in the summer but Al-Nassr is my home now and am very happy here.”