Super Eagles latest sensation Noah Joel Sarenren Bazee has assured coach of the Super Eagles Gernot Rohr that he will do his best to be fit for the Eagles get together in France.
The Hannover 96 forward has been out injured for over a month, but turned up at the Super Eagles camp in London although he didn’t train or play the friendly game against Senegal.
Doubts are still on over his availability for the camp in France, but the forward has put a message through to coach Rohr insisting he will be fit for the France camp, according to sources close to the player.
Bazee is suffering from Hoffa Syndrome and has been told by a specialist he does not need operation, but needs to rest and stay off aggravating activities. His treatment involves the use of ice therapy to reduce acute pain and inflammation.
Dr Ulrich Boenisch who examined the forward who opt for Nigeria ahead of Germany however said surgery will be needed in the long run if the condition reoccurs.
Hoffa syndrome is a condition due to the irritation of infrapatellar fat pad, which brings about anterior pain I the knee. It is called Hoffa disease or Fat pad impingement syndrome or simply fat pad syndrome.