Kenyan number one goalkeeper Arnold Origi has admitted that it has been difficult for him to stay out of Harambee Stars' last three matches and is looking forward to a quick come back.
The Norwegian top Division side Lillestrom custodian missed the return leg of a World Cup qualifier against Nigeria due to suspension. After that he missed two other World Cup qualifiers against Malawi and Namibia owing to injury.
“It has been a difficult moment for me staying out of those matches because I was needed to help the team but this is nature of football. One day you are out the next moment you are back and so it is something I have learnt to accept since this is not the first time it is happening,” Origi told Goal.
Origi says he remains motivated to fight for a starting place in Stars' squad for 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers which kicks-off next year. “It will be difficult coming back into the team but that is a good challenge for me and I am ready to take it on so that I regain starting role.”