Vice President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have denied the national football body having any issue against Super Eagles head coach, Gernot Rohr.

NFF had earlier made public the conditions that the German must accept before signing a new contract to stay at Super Eagles which was reported by FrujuSports.

But Rohr had expressed his disappointment in the football body for publicly discussing his contract.

The 66-year old German has insisted he is keen to continue with Nigeria and has rejected offers from other countries just to remain with the West African giants.

The 66-year old German has insisted he is keen to continue with Nigeria and has rejected offers from other countries just to remain with the West African giants.

“I don’t understand why the recent pronouncement by NFF President, Amaju Pinnick is creating a lot of controversies,” Dikko was quoted as saying in Guardian Nigeria.

“The president since January at different fora has announced this guideline during interactions with journalists.

“The guidelines were there for Rohr to follow before he got his contract to coach the Super Eagles. Telling him that he will be paid in naira is the country’s financial policy.

“The NFF does not in any way have issues with Rohr. In fact, the coach has done a good job with the Super Eagles by assembling young and disciplined players eager to give a good account of themselves since he took charge of the Super Eagles.”

Rohr ended Nigeria’s six-year absence at the Africa Cup of Nations where they finished third at the 2019 edition in Egypt.

He also led the Super Eagles to a sixth World Cup appearance where they finished third in Group D behind Croatia and intercontinental rivals Argentina.