By Ime Bassey
Warri Wolves FC striker Ekigho Ehiosun is happy to be the highest goal scorer in his team but wants to add the NPL highest goal scorer to his hat.
Ehiosun who scored 10 goals last season for Wolves emerged as his team’s top scorer but wants to go beyond the mark of team’s highest goal scorer to the league top scorer.
“By the grace of God I do not want to only score in our next match but to be the top scorer for the team again and also the league. I have been the top scorer for the team for two season now, I believe it is time to achieve that of the league. I felt disappointed not scoring in our first game at home, but I am delighted that I scored two goals today and I believe that subsequent matches I will score more. For our next game against JUTH FC of Jos away, I am sure we will claim the three points at stake.”
“The least we expect in today’s game was a defeat but I thank God that we could manage a draw. The game was a good one, we had our game plan in-tact and could get a late equalizer.”
“With the caliber of players we have now and the management of the club making sure the team is in good shape, I am sure we will pick a slot for next year’s CAf Champions League as we were charged by the Delta State government. The ball is now in our court as the players to deliver.”
“The officiating of the league this season as been fair I think for games that were covered by television stations but for games that no camera crew were available, the referees did not live up to expectation.”