Plateau United Football Club of Jos new signing, Tosin Omoyele, has revealed that he was never under any form of pressure to start scoring for the champions in the ongoing Nigeria Professional Football League.

The former Nigeria National League top scorer, who got the lone goal against MFM FC in a Match Day 5 encounter in Jos, disclosed this to shortly before the Tin City Boys departed Jos for Kano, to keep a date with former Champions, Kano Pillars FC, in an all important Match Day 6 clash.

“I was not under pressure to score, even from the day I was handed the opportunity to start for my club.

“I have always done what is expected of me to ensure that the team achieves success at the end of every game, so I’ve never had cause to worry over goals-scoring because I know the goals would come eventually,” he stated.

The former Osun United goal poacher also insisted that the coach Kennedy Boboye- led technical crew has not cast aspersions on his style of play and contribution to the team’s success, hence, his resolve not to panic over his early goals drought.

“The handlers of the team have not yet criticised or queried my effort and contribution in all our matches so far, since the league started.

“They have also reposed confidence in me by giving me the opportunity to start every game, so I didn’t have any reason to play under pressure,” he said.

The energetic forward maitained that the team’s collective success appeals more to him than personal glory, which is why he is bent on ensuring they succeed, above his personal achievements.

“The overall success of the club is more important to me than personal achievement, that is why I’m focused on the team’s success over personal glory,” Omoyele concluded.

It would be recalled that apart from opening his goal scoring account for Plateau United, Tosin Omoyele had earlier registered three assists to his name this season.