Standard Liege's Agbo eyes English Premier League return

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The 21-year-old midfielder is focused on settling at the Stade Maurice Dufrasne but has not ruled out the possibility of returning to England

Uche Agbo is determined to keep his feet on the ground with Standard Liege and has revealed his ambition to play in the English Premier League soon again.

The Nigeria international who completed three-year deal to the Belgian outfit from Watford, eyes a return to the English topflight league after failing to secure work permit in England which necessitated his loan move to Spanish side Granada.

"I'm very happy to join an ambitious club in Belgium, but when my time is right playing in the Premier League will come," Agbo told BBC Sport.

"My focus right now is to settle at Standard Liege and give my all, by the power of God I will be there [in England] very soon.

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"There is no disappointment or whatsoever, sometimes God takes us on a different road to get to our desired destination."



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