The Super Eagles chief coach, Stephen Keshi, has expressed his delight on the arrival of Nigeria’s first choice goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama in the Germany camp where the team has been preparing for the bumper June assignment.
The reliable goalkeeper earlier requested that he would arrive the team’s camp a little late so as to settle some issues at his club.
Enyeama was also joined by Sporting Braga defender, Elderson Echiejile, who also arrived the team’s camp Satarday morning to the delight of the Eagles chief coach who is now more relaxed that he has a number of quality players in his fold after the seriees of withdarwals.
Earlier on Thursday, the likes of Kenneth Omeruo and Nnamdi Oduamadi had arrived the team’s camp to increase the number of players in camp to 19.
The Eagles will play a test game against an adidas XI on Monday and then fly out to Houston, Texas, thereafter.
They face Mexico in a friendly on May 31 before they make their way back to Europe on their way to Kenya for a 2014 World Cup qualifier.
The match in Nairobi will be played on June 5.
They will also battle Namibia a week later in continuation of the World Cup qualifiers before they jet out to Brazil for the FIFA Confederations Cup.