Former African Champions League winner with Enyimba, David Terzungwe Tyavkase, who started his Nigerian top flight football career with Enyimba in 2003 has revealed that the main aim of Lobi Stars this season in the Nigerian Professional Football League is to play on the continent.
The 32 year old Lobi Stars midfielder David Tyavkase is having his third stint for Lobi, having played for them in 2007–2008, 2012–2013 and now 2015/2016 season.
He also played for scrapped Sharks FC and had played for some years in Gabon.
“I have always had faith in God that I will play as long as I want to and I never stopped believing in myself too. I know I still have the strength to play this game for a few more seasons and I am indeed enjoying my game,” he told npfl.ng.
“We work hard every time we play. We want to be on the continent next season and we are working hard at it. Our target is simply to get a ticket to play on the continent. You know we missed it last season but this year, we will try not to throw it away,” Tyavkase said.
Lobi Stars ended last season in fifth position, missing out on playing in the CAF Confederation Cup with only three points.