Osaze targets top form

Rotherham United’s Osaze Odemwingie has said he will use the international break to get to peak fitness levels.
The 35-year-old striker only signed for the Millers last month after being a free agent since he was released from Stoke City in the summer.
And so far he is yet to make a start for the team though he has been able to make two substitute appearances since signing.
And while many would think that Odemwingie’s fitness levels would be low after being without a club for several months, the coaching staff have been impressed with how fit he actually is, but that isn’t enough for the former Nigerian international.
He has said he is planning to use the upcoming international break to work on his fitness so when the team reunites for their match against Derby County, he’ll be fully fit and ready to play in the first team.
Odemwingie said: “I am improving my fitness all the time.
“In a way I didn’t expect to be at the level I am now, as much as I wish I was at my peak fitness levels. There was going to be a drop because you just can’t replicate the intensity of when you are training on a daily basis. I think I have done okay so far, I had my body fat taken this week and it was good, so I know that despite being out of the routine until recently, I am not far away getting back to the levels I want to be at.
“It is a case now of continuing to work hard. I will be working hard, as will the rest of the lads, through the international break with my personal aim to get close to where I need to be.”