The hard-as-nail defender revealed his move to the Seasiders is to fulfill his desire of playing in the Caf Confederations Cup
Oke Ogagotewho has announced his move from Sunshine Stars of Akure to another Nigeria Premier League side Warri Wolves.
The tough tackling defence marshal signed a two-year contract with the Seasiders – a move that will see him feature in the 2014 Caf Confederations Cup.
Revealing this to Goal, the former captain of Julius Berger who scored against his new team last season, said the reason behind this move is to actualize his ambition of featuring in the Caf Confederation Cup and also to win more trophies.
“Every player wants to move forward in his career, so I did the same joining Warri Wolves,” Ogagotewho told Goal.
“Another reason why I joined them is because they will be featuring in this year’s Caf Confederations Cup which I think is a great opportunity to showcase my talents before the world."
He also revealed that he hopes to win laurels for the Warri based team and also get the chance to play for big European sides and the Super Eagles.
“I am a goal scoring defender so you can expect me to get as many goals as possible for them and to also win more laurels for my new team,” he concluded.
Ogagotewho has been included in Warri Wolves's team to the Confederation Cup.