Super Eagles goalkeeper, Chigozie Agbim has revealed that he is a happy the transfer saga of moving to Enugu Rangers has finally been resolved.
He joined Rangers last Saturday before the first leg of second round of Caf Champions League game against Recreativo Libolo in Enugu.
Agbim who was part of the Super Eagles team that won the Africa Cup of Nations Cup in South Africa last February noted that he went through sleepless nights when the problem persisted.
"I am a happy man now that I have been cleared," Agbim told Goal.com.
"The problem did not allow me to concentrate on my career and I did not want to have such a problem at this stage of my career.
"But all that is past now. I want to settle down to do my best for Rangers in all competitions. Although I was training with the team before I was cleared, the fact that I was not playing matches became an issue.
"Everything is fine with me now. Immediately I was informed that I will be in goal against Recreativo Libolo, I made up my mind to show Nigerians that I am still that good goalkeeper they have always known.
"It is not good playing football with a lot of things on your mind. That is exactly what happened to me and I was praying that everything will be sorted out.
"Now is the time to pay more attention to my work and I am sure that God will crown my efforts with success," Agbim concluded.