FC Ifeanyi Ubah’s Ivorian striker, Paskal Seka has hinted that he is ready to make a mark in the forth coming Nigerian Professional Football League Season. The former Ivorian U-20 front man said he is bent on depositing not-less than 15 goals in his goal account in the 2016 NPFL season.
“I am ready for the season and I want to score more than 15 goals and also help my club get as much titles as possible. That is my objective,” said Seka who is going into his sophomore season away from home.
The well-built forward just resumed training with his team mates after recuperating from an injury he copped during the NPFL Super Four pre-season tourney held in Enugu.
On the return of Coach Everton, the Ivorian noted that the news of the Brazilian coming back to the team has raised the spirit of the lads in camp. He said majority of the players are comfortable with Everton and “I am very happy because he is a good coach with the right mentality for young players like me. Seka added: “I believe his coming is well-timed and I hope he continues from the success of the Federation Cup and the fourth place finish on the log.”