Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr is not sure if he has overseen his last game with Nigeria.
Rohr led the Super Eagles to victories in the opening matches of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Benin and Lesotho.
The next set of qualifiers for Nigeria is billed for August and September 2020 against Sierra Leone and Benin before rounding off the group qualifiers with Lesotho in November same year.
And with Rohr's contract expiring in June, the coach may have managed his last competitive game with Nigeria.
Rohr is not sure if he will still be in charge of the team after June, but hopes the Super Eagles continue winning and qualify for the 2021 AFCON.
“We have a good team, I enjoy working with this team, we have very good players and with two wins we are progressing,” he told the media after the Eagles 4-2 win over Lesotho in Maseru on Sunday.
“I hope this continues after the end of my contract but for my future, that is in the hands of the officials but I’m not here to talk about that.”
There are indications that Rohr's contract will be extended till the end of the 2021 AFCON.