Berti Vogts has called up Nigerian-born Israeli international striker Toto Tamuz for the 2008 CAF Africa Nations Cup qualifying game against Uganda later this month.

Tamuz, the 19-year-old son of former Nigeria international Clement Temile, made a goal-scoring debut for Israel against Albania last year but he was only recently refused Israeli citizenship.

He is currently one of the leading scorers in the Israeli league while playing for Beitar Jerusalem.

Tamuz was taken to Israel by Temile when he was only three and he was later adopted by an Israeli family.

Everton youngster Victor Anichebe and Gabriel Agbonlahor from Aston Villa also have a chance to fly with the 'Super Eagles'.

Anichebe has said he is willing to play for his native country but Agbonlahor would prefer to play for England.

Vogts has also picked defender Celestine Babayaro in a 37-man squad three years after the Newcastle defender last played for Nigeria against Morocco.