Lagos - With the lowest points in the Chinese Super League
after 22 rounds, Daniel Chima's Shanghai Shenxin have eight games to save their
top - flight status.
In a dismal season, the Nigerian striker has been one of the
bright spots for Shanghai Shenxin and scored his third goal in four matches in
his team's 2 - 1 victory over Liaoning Whowin on Tuesday.
Shanghai Shenxin are yet to taste defeat in their last four
games and this has given Chima some hope that his team have a chance of
remaining in the Super League if that form can be sustained.
Also read: Chelsea's Courtois appeal fails
''We just have to continue with the fighting spirit and stay
positive and see where it takes us in the end,'' Daniel Chima said to news24.
''The idea is fight to stay alive and the whole team is
thinking towards the same direction.''
Daniel Chima has only be rested for two games so far this
season while he started from the bench against Shandong Luneng in the first
week of April.
The 24 - year - old's contract with Shanghai Shenxin runs
out in December 2016.For
the latest on national news, politics, sport, entertainment and more follow us
on Twitter and like our Facebook page.