The goalkeeper of the Port Harcourt club side says they want to grab the maximum points after playing a draw in their last home game
Dolphins have not had a comfortable start to the season, losing two matches and drawing two from their first five games but Brown says he is sure the story would be different against the Naze Millionaires.
“I am not saying this because of any financial difficulties they may be facing but I am saying it because we have prepared well for the game and we believe victory will be ours,” the former Heartland goalkeeper said.
“I know our fans are also not too happy with our start to the season but it is also good to start poorly and end up well rather than vice versa so we are not even looking at games already played but the fact that we have 33 more games to play this season and 99 points still to fight for.”
Heartland in recent time have been difficult opponents for Dolphins to face in Port Harcourt. Last season it ended 1-1 while the previous two seasons, Dolphins managed slim 1-0 wins.
Penniless Heartland failed to play their game in Gabon against US Bitam on Saturday in the Caf Confederation Cup as they were walked over.
Dolphins are placed 14th on the log with five points.