Niger Tornadoes midfielder Peter Momoh is confident he can do more after securing his first Nigeria Professional Football League goal in his side 1-0 win over Remo Stars.
His second half's strike ensured Abubakar Bala's men see off the relegation-troubled Fatai Osho's side to return to the top 10 places at the Confluence Stadium.
And the former Kaduna United man has hailed his teammates and coach for his scoring feat and vows to prove his mettle in the top-flight with the Ikon Allah Boys.
“I'm so happy to score my first goal in NPFL. I am dedicating this goal to God and my teammates who made it possible for me to score," Momoh told Goal.
"It would not have been possible if my teammates did not supply me the ball to score, the goal gave us victory. I'm delighted to score a goal and get the three points for my team.
“I'm so grateful for the opportunity given me by the coach. I really want to thank him for his belief in me and have always told me that I can do it.
"And I have never doubted him. With my goal being the first of my NPFL, I believe I have a lot to offer and I'm ready to prove myself."