Ejaria and Eze, born by different Nigerian parents are still eligible to play for the Super Eagles though they have both featured for England at the U-20 and U-21 levels.
The duo are been courted by the NFF to switch allegiance and feature for the Super Eagles at the senior level.
However, reports emerged recently in some section of the media that Rohr would prefer to have Ejaria in his team instead of Eze.
The German tactician has however come out to deny the claim in strong terms and insists it is not his tradition to compare players.
“My attention has been drawn to some statements online that I have described Reading FC player Ovie Ejaria as a better player than Queens Park Rangers’ Ebere Eze and so the Nigeria Football Federation(NFF) should get him in the team immediately,”reads a quote credited to Rohr on the official Twitter handle of the NFF on Wednesday.
“I will never ask the NFF publicly to approach any player for our team. We have our processes and it certainly doesn’t include sharing such information publicly.