Nigeria's attacking midfielder, Alex Iwobi has described the Super Eagles camp as one with good vibes and a place to forget your worries, Nigeriasoccernet.com reports.
Iwobi is an integral part of the Nigerian Super Eagles team being involved in as many as possible matches played by the team in recent times.
The Everton player disclosed the good memories that emanates from the Super Eagles on a podcast with Arsenal legend Ian Wright, Ezra Collective a British jazz band that involves stars of Nigerian descent such as drummer and bandleader Femi Koleoso and bassist TJ Koleoso.
While discussing how he was able to manage the ugly times last season in Everton, the former Arsenal man revealed returning to the Nigerian team during the international breaks always helped
"Luckily for me, I would always go with my national team and do okay.
"Everyone comes there like it almost like a party like you just forget about all your problems everyone just wants to play football with a smile on their face and want to entertain
"It's just a culture that Nigeria brings, when you go to a game you're hearing trumpets, hearing drums, hearing everything.
"So it's almost like you're playing on a stage like a theatre if you have a good touch they're clapping, they appreciate everything. It's crazy."
By Uche Dozie