By Johnny Edward:
CD Feirense goalkeeper, Dele Alampasu, feels he is back to his best after fully recovering from an acute appendicitis which kept him out of action for three weeks, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
Alampasu who was on the bench as his Portuguese Segunda Liga side forced Olhanense to a goalless draw on Saturday, told Completesportsnigeria.com he hopes to make his league debut before the end of the season.
"To be in the first team here, you have to be at your highest level and you have to understand that and appreciate that. I’m just trying to maintain my best form," Alampasu told Completesportsnigeria.com.
"I pray my debut comes before the end of the season. Now I'm feeling good about my form now and all I need to do is work harder."
"I feel I'm in a place where I should be and it's a level I want to keep."
CD Feirense are currently sixth on the log five points off the automatic spot for promotion and the former U-17 and U20 goalkeeper isn't giving up.
"We still have eight games to play, so we still have a large chunk of points to play for. I'm hopeful we can make it to the Primera division," Alampasu enthused.
Alampasu has kept three clean sheets for CD Feirense in League Cup, the highlight being his performance against FC Porto.