The winger said the Oluyole Warriors are a traditional team and that among other reasons motivated his move to the Lekan Salami Stadium during the mid-season transfer break.
"I joined Shooting Stars because they are a traditional Premier League club, and they called me to come and play, so I had to answer their call," Azeez told Goal.
"I will just try and do my best; if it is possible I help them escape relegation, fine but in all God knows best.
"I knew they were struggling when I joined them but you and I know anything is possible in football, with or without me, they can escape relegation. It is not as if I came to join them to save them, I just came to play good football and that’s just it.
"I must confess I had offers from distant clubs but I chose Shooting because I don’t want to be far away from Lagos for my own personal reasons." He continued.
"I didn’t quit Enyimba because of lack of playing time, I chose not to renew the one-year contract I signed with them which expired at the end of last season, so, I had already left before the arrival of coach Gbenga Ogunbote, and not because I wasn’t getting playing time at the club."