Former Super Eagles Captain and Goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama has revealed his plans and future prospective as he hopes to secure a new deal with another Club after his failed Move to Dijon .

Vincent Enyeama is yet to play in any competitive  football match ever since leaving Lille in August 2018. Enyeama was closed to signing for Dijon last season, but the deal fell through at the last Minute.

"If I have the right project, yeah, I will get back on the field," he told ESPN. "I am looking at projects that will help me get to the next stage and pursue the things I want to do. It is not about just football.
"It was a choice of staying with the family and pursuing a future. That is what has kept me in France. The opportunity I had with Dijon did not work out. The details were not good. I don't like suffering and smiling."

There have been rumours that the 37 Years old shot stopper has been linked with a move to Kazier chiefs in the South Africa League.

 "He [the reporter] asked if I would be willing to play in Africa, especially in SA. He mentioned some clubs, Joburg clubs. I told him why not, if the details are ok."
Enyeama Further revealed his ambitions as he hopes to contribute positively to the Society which has had a positive impact in his Life.

 "I have plans with the governor of my state (Akwa Ibom) to raise an academy for the people. I have a few goalkeepers I am training already. I want to give back, to raise clean sheet machines."He said.