Kwara United FC wing-back Abubakar Salas Yusuf remains confident the club will overcome their current predicament to remain in the Globacom Premier League next season.
The Harmony Boys who got promoted back to the elite league last season have struggled this season especially at home losing five matches and drawing two, which is not what the Ilorin based team bargained for at the beginning of the season.
The former ABS FC versatile player believes the club have all it takes to fight and escape relegation.
“We are in a very difficult situation right now, everyone one of us at the club knows what is at stake. We will continue to put in our best until we get to where we belong, because a club like Kwara Utd don’t deserve to be relegated.”
“Every match now is very important to us, be it home or away. Its going to be a collective efforts from both the coaches and players, even the supporters are not left out.”
The relegation threatened side have only managed to garnered 35 points and are currently placed 18th on the log.
The team have the likes of league leaders Enyimba In’t Aba and relegation battle counterparts Sharks FC of Port-Harcourt to battle away, while they will stay host to Bayelsa Utd, Taraba Utd and FC Ifeanyi Ubah in Ilorin.