epa06831018 Kenneth Omeruo (L) of Nigeria and Jon Bodvarsson of Iceland in action during the FIFA World Cup 2018 group D preliminary round soccer match between Nigeria and Iceland in Volgograd, Russia, 22 June 2018.
Monday Oct 22, 2018. 17:23
Nigeria international Kenneth Omeruo has expressed his delight at playing in the Spanish La Liga for Leganes.
The 25-year-old moved on-loan from Chelsea for the umpteenth time ahead of the 2018-19 season, and following moves to England's second tier, the Netherlands and Turkey, he now finds himself in Spain's top-flight.
Omeruo, though, is delighted with the move having finally made his debut earlier this month following an initial work permit issue.
"It was a frustrating start due to my work permit issue, but after playing in two big La Liga games I must say things are finally looking up," Omeruo told BBC Sport in an exclusive interview.
"I've been playing away from England in Turkey for a while and every time I always craved for a visible league where people can watch me.
"Luckily, after the World Cup where I had two good games, I got more options and I chose La Liga where everyone can watch me, and so far it's been a perfect decision for me."