Leicester City defender, Ashleigh Plumptre took to the social media to express her delight after her fascinating experience in Nigeria’s camp.
Plumptre, 23, was among the 26 Super Falcons players who spent one week in Austria for the Aisha Buhari Invitational Women’s Football Tournament holding in September.
“So grateful to have spent the past week in Austria with the Nigeria Women’s National Team (learning all things football, culture and how not to dance,” she wrote on Twitter.
Plumptre made her Super Falcons debut in 1-0 win over Olimpija Ljubljana at Vosendorf Stadium last Friday.
Plumptre was born in England to British parents and represented the Three Lioness 30 times at youth level. But, she became eligible to represent the West African nation through her paternal grandfather, who was a Nigerian.