Shedrack Oghali believes Go Round are psychologically ready when the Nigeria Professional Football League resumes following a 1-0 friendly win over Ifeanyi Ubah on Sunday.
Prior to the friendly, Ngozi Elechi’s side played four games, including 1-0 defeats to Bayelsa United and Delta Stars before recording a 3-0 win over Excellent FC before a 1-1 draw at Warri Wolves.
Stanley Worlu’s strike was all the Omoku based side required to secure their second win in the series of their warm-up games at the Krisdera Hotel Stadium.
Having secured the latest win, the forward feels his side are in good shape to pursue their quest for a survival in the Nigerian topflight this season.
"We’ve been having a good preparation for our resumption of the remaining league matches this season,” Oghali told Goal.
“We are all eager to see the league resumes and I can say we are physiologically ready for it. It is not easy but I am hoping the crisis in Nigeria football come to an end soon.
"We will always stay positive and put in our best regularly in our friendly games in other to remain at the top of our game and in best of form.
“Our target is to remain in the [Nigerian topflight] league at the end of the season and we will not let down ourselves, management, fans and owner of the club [Felix Obuah].”