Rohr has been without a clear first-choice goalkeeper in the absence of Car Ikeme.
Super Eagles head coach Gernot Rohr has admitted that the team has a problem in the goalkeeping position.
Rohr has been without a clear first-choice goalkeeper since Carl Ikeme was diagnosed with acute leukaemia in June 2017.
Speaking to the oldest sports paper in Poland Przegląd Sportowy, Rohr admitted that he intends to fix the problem ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
“It is true we have a goalkeeping problem. Our problem is Ikeme’s illness (he was diagnosed with leukaemia),” Rohr said.
In Ikeme’s absence, Rohr used Daniel Akpeyi in the 2-0 loss to South Africa in June 2017 and the first 45 minutes of the friendly game against Argentina in November 2017.
Enyimba goalkeeper, Ikechukwu Ezenwa kept the post for Nigeria for the last four games in the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
The three goalkeepers will be looking to impress when Nigeria face Poland and Serbia in this international break.
The Super Eagles take on Poland in Wroclaw on Friday, March 23 before the clash in England against Serbia on Serbia on Tuesday, March 27.