Niger Tonadoes' attacking winger, Angel Wilfred Ammeh, has been speaking of his side's resolve to utilize every scoring opportunity when they take on Rivers United in the NPFL on Sunday.
Ammeh said the Match Day 6 encounter would be mark a turning point in Tornadoes' misfiring start to their return to the elite league. A fourth minute goal from Achibi Ewenike gave all three points to Warri Wolves in the defeat of Niger Tornadoes on Sunday and the former Kogi United player said he was disappointment by that loss. He has however promised that their fans will begin to see new improvement from the club's performance.
"It's very unfortunate we lost to Wolves in our last game. I must confess they (Warri Wolves) are the weakest team we've played so far this season, but we lost because we failed to take our chances. We've put that aside and are looking ahead to the next game," began Ammeh.
"We are going to make amends in our subsequent games starting from this weekend against Rivers United. We wouldn't allow them to flow in Lokoja," he said.
Looking ahead to the ongoing league season, Ammeh spoke of his determination to help the Ikon Allah Boys achieve good results in the league and make their fans happy.
"I really don't have a special target because I just want to enjoy myself by training well and getting more playing times to assist Tornadoes to do well in the league. Perhaps, I could get a call back to the national team, and of course see if I could get to play in Europe. But for now it's Tornadoes to do well in the league," Ammeh concluded.
The Minna-based club returned to top flight last season after seven years absence and have since been using Confluence Stadium, Lokoja as their adopted home ground as a result of renovation currently going on at their Bako Kotangora Stadium in Minna.