Stanley Nwabali, the custodian for Nigeria, has stated that he would like to continue with Chippa United for an additional year or two.

After playing brilliantly for the Super Eagles at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations, the 27-year-old has been linked to leaving the South African team.

The shot-stopper is apparently being pursued by Union St. Gilloise of the Belgian Pro League and the formidable Kaizer Chiefs of South Africa.

Saudi Arabia and France are also of interest.

Nwabali did, however, clarify that his primary goal is to stay with Chippa United for the time being.

“When you play under a chairman who understands you, everything falls into place – confidence grows… Playing under a chairman who prioritizes the comfort of his players motivates you to give your all, whether you’re in or out of the team,” Nwabali said in an interview with SABC.

“To be honest, I sincerely hope to continue playing for one or two more years under his leadership – that’s my heartfelt desire. If he shares the same sentiment, that would be wonderful, but it’s truly my wish because he’s a wonderful person.”

“He has shown me kindness, and I would like to reciprocate that. However, if my time with the club comes to an end at the conclusion of this season, I will accept it gracefully. If there are further opportunities for me to continue, then I’ll embrace them wholeheartedly,” he concluded.

In 2022, Nwabali moved from Katsina United, a team in the Nigeria Premier Football League, to Chippa United.

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