The former player of the Makurdi based side says he will lead his new team to victory in Thursday's encounter
Iyorhe, who has been missing in action since the commencement of the new season due to injury, noted that he is looking forward to the maximum points at stake to get Sharks back on track in the season.
"I know that a lot of people will say that this is an empty boast. But I am optimistic that I can lead my new team against my former club.
"We are not going to show Lobi Stars any mercy because we need to start winning our matches whether we play at home or away.
“It is going to be a tough game. Emotions will come into play because Lobi Stars was my last club. My work comes first and I need the maximum points because my team is currently not doing well this season.
"I have been away due to calf injury, and now that I am back I want to give the team the three points.
“Today Rivers State Government pay my bills. My loyalty is to the team. I want to give my all in the game tomorrow. We are playing in Katsina-Ala, but we don't want to know whether it is an away game.
"I am sure that if the officiating is fair, there is no way we are going to lose the match. If my coaches find me suitable for the game, I am sure I will give my all if I am given the opportunity to start the game," Iyorhe stated.
Sharks are placed 19th on the League table with four points.