Port Harcourt - Dolphins new signing, Christian Pyagbara, has made a bold call on his personal target saying he wants to score 20 goals this season, SuperSport reports.
Despite admitting to the pressure of replacing Emem Eduok, who scored 20 league goals last season, Pyagbara said he would shrug off the weight of expectation to put in a massive shift for the former Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) champions.
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“There is pressure but you can’t let that affect you. If I do not score I will provide assists. You do not necessarily have to score many goals but as a striker you have to work hard as you can either score or assist,” Pyagbara said.
"My target however, this season is to score 20 goals.”
The Nigerian under-20 star, who will be thrust with an attacking responsibility by Dolphins head coach, Stanley Eguma, this term, opened up on having to make "a tough decision" quitting city rivals, Sharks for his new employers.
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