Dufegha: I want to keep improving for Katsina United

The Chanji Boys’ attacker wants to continue to work harder in order to be in the good books of the team’s technical crew

Katsina United's Eric Dufegha has expressed his determination to keep working harder to ensure that he plays more regularly for his new club amidst the keen competition in the club.

The forward did not start the Chanji Boys’ first four matches of the season as he was dropped to the substitutes bench by Coach Abdullahi Biffo, but he has scored two goals in his last three games to warm himself in the heart of the technical crew.

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“It was a difficult start for me in Katsina United because I met other strikers who were preferred ahead of me and I had to work very hard to ensure that I gained the technical crew attention. I didn’t play from the start in our opening four matches but I have been able to start the last three and have scored two goals,” Dufegha told Goal.

“I will continue to work harder to ensure that I play more regularly for my new club. I am grateful for the two goals I have scored and I hope to get more especially in our game with Kwara United on Sunday if I am considered for selection.

“They are not doing well presently and we will want to add to their problems by beating them in Ilorin. We arrived safely on Friday and are eager to leave the place with a mark at the end of our match."

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