Former Kano Pillars striker, Junior Lokosa has said that team determination and style of play motivated him to join his new side, Kwara United ahead of the 2021/2022 NPFL season.
Recall that the former Esperance de Tunis hitman joined Kwara United on Monday for his second NPFL spell and has been raring to hit the ground running for the Afonja Warriors.
After putting pen to paper, Lokosa in a chat with the media team of Kwara United, said that watching the team play is a delight, and the ambition of the club has really influenced his decision him to team up with the Harmony Boys.
“The determination in the team, as well as the style of play are the major determinants of my choice of Kwara United Football Club.
“I will be happy, to contribute my quota towards making the team a champion at the end of the forthcoming season. Kwara United FC is a big team, with great ambition.
“I saw the team play at the Governor Dapo Abiodun Pre-Season tournament in Ijebu-Ode. They have good, matured and disciplined players, and that would also made me to give my best to the team.” Lokosa said.
At the end of his second season in Pillars, he received the Eunisell Boot Award after his 19 goals placed him top of the NPFL scoring charts, earning him N3.8million (N200,000 for each goal).
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