Wilfred Udube has vowed to help Go Round FC retain their status in the Nigeria Professional Football League at the end of the ongoing debut campaign this season.
The Omoku Boys, who secured promotion in 2017 as debutants in the Nigerian top-flight has appointed Udube as an assistant coach after he recently parted ways with Nnewi United.
The newcomers are 18th on the Nigerian league log with 26 points, though only separated from safety by goal difference after 22 games so far.
Hence, his appointment to assist technical adviser Ngozi Elechi in the team's quest to escape the drop and he is eager to ensure their survival after being presented to the fans during the week.
“I have been in a club that had similar problems with what Go Round is passing through right now,” Udube told media.
“I will bring my own technical knowledge in line with what the Technical adviser has and ensure that the club remains afloat.
"I have watched Go Round play in some matches and they just need people who will push them and you find out that results will come."
He will be hoping to hit the ground running with the relegation-haunted Omoku Boys when they confront fellow-struggling Heartland at the Dan Anyiam Stadium, Owerri on Sunday.