Wilfred Ndidi reportedly suffered a grade one hamstring tear while with the Super Eagles in Constantine but his club Leicester City expect him to return to action next Monday against Nottingham Forest, Abbeylivenetwork.com reports.
Ndidi pulled out of the Nigeria squad last week after sustaining the injury in training, and returned to Leicester City for medical attention.
But after assessment, it was learnt that the midfielder suffered a minor injury and should be back within a week.
The former Nath Boys FC of Lagos midfielder has a grade one hamstring tear.
The midfielder is expected to be fit for Leicester City’s Premier League clash against Nottingham Forest on Monday, October 3.
The Foxes are rooted to the bottom of the log after failing to record a win in the English top-flight this season.
Brendan Rodgers is under immense pressure at the King Power Stadium, after the team picked up only a point from seven matches this season.
This run includes six consecutive defeats, leaving the Foxes bottom of the Premier League.