The Super Eagles players yesterday officially took a break from camp to return between September and October, with an early call likely in August, if the NFF accepts an invitational tournament from its Indian counterpart.
Yesterday's break came a day after the team's 2-0 win over Rwanda in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier played at the UJ Esuene Stadium in Calabar, Cross River State.
Team Scribe, Dayo Enebi Achor, who spoke on behalf of NFF Scribe, Musa Amadu, said at the moment there is nothing on ground for the team, but a clearer picture will emerge in the coming weeks.
Trustsports also gathered that the Super Eagles technical crew led by Stephen Keshi has been called to a meeting with the NFF top hierarchy in the coming days in Abuja.
The meeting, according to Media Officer Ben Alaiya is to streamline preparations for the next round of qualifiers and also ensure that Nigeria is not caught unaware in the qualifiers.
Meanwhile, Eagles handler Stephen Keshi, says the job is not done yet as there are still several hurdles to cross, just as he gave thanks to Nigerians for their prayers during the qualifiers.
"I will like to dedicate the victory over Rwanda to thousands of Nigerians who will wake up and call me for prayers early in the morning at about 2, 3 or 4am, the victory we have here is obviously for them", he said.
Keshi praised the resilience of the team in the game against Rwanda; assuring that in the coming days the team will even get better.