By Capt Morgan
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Stoke striker Peter Odemwingie is hoping that the form he has found since moving to Stoke will help him get a recall to the Nigerian national side as they prepare for the World Cup.
The 32-year-old has had a rough time of it lately what with being edged out at West Brom, a non-happening transfer to QPR and an unsuccessful spell with the sheep worriers, but now he is settling nicely at the Potters and even rediscovered his goal scoring touch.
He also had a falling out session with Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi, even that now appears to be resolved.
Odemwingie told the Sentinel: "I had a stressful 2013, now I just take it week to week.
"I have a son who will be born in the summer and I have another already making me really happy.
"Its how I think now after last year, that things can always be worse. Today I already have more than
"Everything else is a bonus, but every player would love to go the World Cup.
"If things seem right for me and, most importantly, I am made to feel like I could help the team, then why not? We will see."
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