ABS Ilorin FC’s Adeshina Gata is focused on achieving his 10-goal target which he set at the beginning of the season.
With only two goals in the first half of the league plagued by injury concerns which led to him missing some games, the Kwara Football Academy product is now looking forward to attaining his target in the second half of the campaign.
“I now know how each member of the team plays and this will help me attain my 10-goal target,” Gata told Goal.
“Injuries made me miss some games in the first round of the league season. That perhaps led to me not scoring close to seven but all is well. It’s not too late to make the dream become a reality.”
On his club’s next game against El Kanemi Warriors on May 21 when the season resumes, Gata says: “I’m in a club that has ambitions and that means I must try and score in every game. We can be friends off the field but it’s always business on the pitch.
“There will be no hiding place for El Kanemi. The beat us in Maiduguri and we want to pay them back in their own coin.”
ABS Ilorin have endured a bittersweet run this season which has seen the club drop out of the top half of the table.