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Warri Wolves coach, Paul Aigbogun believes his club can still lift the Glo Nigeria Professional Football League trophy at the end of the season despite falling 5 points behind table toppers Enyimba FC on Sunday after playing a 1-1 at Enugu Rangers.

33 game weeks of football are gone in the top tier of league football in Nigeria. With only five matches remaining Aigbogun still believes that the Seasiders can win their first ever league title.

“We still have a good chance of winning the league despite trailing Enyimba by five points at the moment,” Aigbogun told Complete Sports.

“We gave our best against Rangers, and we are happy we didn’t lose the match.

“We have five games to fight for the title and we will do our best to ensure we come out tops.”

Warri Wolves will host Akwa United at the Warri City Stadium for their Game Week 34 NPFL clash..

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