Super Eagles new invitee Fenando Adi has expressed his willingness to score more than the 19 goals he scored last season as the Major L...
Super Eagles new invitee Fenando Adi has expressed his willingness to score more than the 19 goals he scored last season as the Major League Soccer (MLS) 2016 season kicks off this weekend.
“I don't have goal targets,” said the big striker of champions Portland Timbers.
“Hopefully, I can beat the [numbers] I had last year. I'm going to work hard...I'm just going to try and score and win for the team.”
“I'm preparing very hard for it and working really hard,” he said of what he hopes will be a very successful 2016 season. “Of course, I always try to use my body and try to win for the team. That's very important.
“I just need to focus on the things I can do and that's just to use my body well, play well, do what I have to do to help the team win.”
Glory to God,woke up2one of d best news of my life,Wao am invited2 @NGSuperEagles let's all make the nation proud # pic.twitter.com/rB6KpPfDvj— fanendoadiOfficial (@fanendo) March 3, 2016
Adi, 25, was Thursday handed his first Eagles call-up by caretaker coach Samson Siasia for two AFCON qualifiers against Egypt later this month.