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The Flying Eagles attacking midfield prodigy has assured that the country will not be left out when the Africa Youth Championship begins next year in Senegal

As Nigeria continues their preparations for the 2015 Africa Youth Championship qualifiers which begins next month,  Omaka Anthony is optimist that the country’s flag will be hoisted when the biannual youth football tournament to be staged in Senegal which serves as qualifiers for the 20th edition of the U-20 World Cup in New Zealand.

Manu Garba’s boys will face either Kenya or Tanzania in May.

In a chat with Goal, the C.O.D of Lagos player claimed that friendly matches has helped to mould the team into a formidable unit and sees no country stopping them during the qualifiers.

“We are going to make it to Senegal because we keep improving at every friendly game we’ve played so far,” Omaka told Goal.

“Our two-legged friendly in Morocco which I in my opinion was a tough one helped us have a feel of what to expect when we begin the qualifiers. “

Aside from this, our dream is to feature at the Fifa World Youth Championship and we are working hard to ensuring that comes to reality.

The 18-year old midfielder has also savoured his time with the national under 20 side believing it was a great representing the country while predicting that Nigeria will rule the world at the 2015 World Youth Championship.

“Playing in the Flying Eagles has been a very wonderful experience because it has afforded the chance to fulfill my dream of representing my country which is a great platform to showcase my skills to the world.

“I see us winning the World Cup because of the caliber of players we parade and I must salute the efforts of the technical crew especially coach Manu Garba because he has been like a father to us and has helped us improve in our games,” he concluded.

Nigeria came third during the last championship in Algeria behind Ghana and Egypt.