Former Super Eagles goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama, was on Tuesday honoured by the world football governing body, FIFA.
The Lille of France shot-stopper was named in FIFA Ultimate Team of the Week.
The 33-year old who has been in superb form for his club has made 49 saves in 25 matches this season.
This is the second time the Nigerian will be making the team of the 23 best players in the major league in world football.
The former Super Eagles skipper, took to Instagram to share the news to his fans.
He said: “This is how goodness and mercy will follow you all this month of March. First day of the month, FIFA got me a trophy for hardwork, dedication, success.
“Thank you @FIFA. I want to wish everyone reading this message a wonderful month of March. God did it for me. God will do it for us.”
Enyeama, who has over 100-caps for the Super Eagles, retired last year after falling out with coach Sunday Oliseh in the team’s camp in Belgium.