Ndah has come up for nomination for an award that pits him against some talents based in Europe.
Ndah joined Pirates at the beginning of the season from Nigerian club Akwa United and has been without a doubt a standout performer at the back for the club.
Towering, effective when marking and comfortable on the ball, Ndah gathered 31 appearances playing in central defence and even had an occasion when he was slotted in to play at right-back.
The Nigerian defender’s qualities meant he played the most football in the DStv Premiership of all central defenders at the club and restricted Thulani Hlatshwayo and Kwanda Mngonyama to limited appearances.
Along the way, Ndah played for the Super Eagles at the AFCON finals at the beginning of the year with fellow countryman Prince Olomu suggesting that he should leave for Europe to enhance his chances of becoming a regular in the national team.
Following the solid season that he has had with The Bucs, Ndah has now been nominated for the Eagles Tracker Defender of the Season.
The Eagles Tracker awards highlight and celebrates the most outstanding Nigerian footballers around the world with 13 categories this year.
Ndah is up against Victor Moses – formerly with Chelsea, Liverpool, Inter Milan, Crystal Palace and Fenerbahce and now with Spartak Moscow.
Also in contention is Zaidu Sanusi of FC Porto, left-footed central defender Calvin Bassey (Glasgow Rangers) and towering West Bromwich Albion defender Semi Ajay.
The winner will be named on June 16 in a virtual ceremony.