Nigeria striker Emmanuel Emenike says he is looking forward to a more rewarding 2014 after the 2013 football calendar, arguably the best year of his career in
Emenike was instrumental in the Super Eagles 2013 Africa Cup of Nations triumph, scoring four goals and winning the tournament’s golden boot as the top-goalscorer.
The striker also netted eight times in 16 league appearances for Fenerbahce following his return to the Turkish Super League club from Russian outfit Sparktak Moscow in August.
The 26-year-old is now looking to build on his excellent 2013 form for club and country as he looks forward to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
“I am not being carried away, I need to work harder,” the former Karabükspor told MTN football.
“I know I really need to do more than what I am doing at the moment. It has been a great year in my life and career, it has been full of successes for me.
“I don’t want to be specific in term of the hwith Nigeria and my club. I still have a lot to give and only time will speak for me, I will not rush.”