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Former Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) goal king, Anthony Okpotu, believes scoring goals will not be a problem for him at his new club Difaa Hassani El Jadidi when the Moroccan league kicks off next month, positing that he’s not setting any specific goal target ahead of the new campaign, AOIFootball.com reports.

The former Lobi Stars’ forward, who spoke to AOIFootball.com exclusively from his club’s base, said he was excited about the new challenge, whilst also wanting to help his newly promoted club stay afloat in their first season in the Botola League.

“You know it’s a new league and challenge altogether; I don’t normally set goal targets but I know I don’t have to score below 10 because as a striker, my job is to score and ensure I lift my team,” Okpotu said.

The 24-year-old attacker received the inaugural Rashidi Yekini Trophy for highest goals scorer with 19 goals for Lobi Stars in the 2017 NPFL season before leading the HomeBased Super Eagles to silver at both the WAFU and CHAN tournaments, respectively.

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