Kwara United attacking midfielder Stephen Jude has stated emphatically that playing for the Super Eagles of Nigeria and Premier League side Chelsea has been his dream since he was young.
There is no doubt about the fact that Stephen Jude has been in scintillating form this season for Kwara United netting 8 goals so far and creating 6 assists.
So far this term in the Nigerian Professional Football League, Stephen Jude was the first player with a hat-trick which he grabbed against Adamawa United at the Kwara state stadium in match-day 17 encounter.
Jude who joined the Harmony Boys from Ikorodu United on Sunday produced another impressive performance which helped his side to beat visiting Plateau United 2-0 in Ilorin.
While speaking with Kwara United Media on his professional career so far, the 21-year-old claimed that he wants to continue scoring for Kwara United stressing that himself and his teammates will fight for the League title this term.
“Gone are the days when I used to play football on the streets of Bariga in Lagos, today, I can say thank you God for my development so far as a footballer.
“My dream is to play for Chelsea and the Super Eagles and I am positive that one day the coaching crew at the Super Eagles will consider me,” Jude explained.
The former COD United also picked Nigerian legend Kanu Nwankwo as his role model as he also chose Samuel Chukwueze as the current Super Eagles player who gives him inspiration.
Meanwhile, Stephen Jude and his teammates at Kwara United are currently occupying third position on the NPFL table after 21 games as the Harmony Boys continue their quest to get continental ticket this season.