Warri Wolves striker, Joseph Osadiaye is quite confident his side will give Nigerians quality representation at the CAF Confederation Cup competition.
The Seasiders together with the 2014 Federation Cup runners-up, Dolphins, will hoist the nation’s flag in Africa’s second tier clubs championship.
Osadiaye said the quality of players and coaches in their fold are quite encouraging and can comfortably win any competition.
“We’ll certainly defend successfully the CAF Confederation Cup ticket to the admiration and satisfaction of Nigerians.
“We’ve the best of players as well as coaches capable of turning around positively the fortune of any side.
“We wanted the league shield to compensate for our hard work in the out gone season but ended the campaign in the third spot.
“That wasn’t entirely a bad performance with the CAF Confederation Cup ticket in our kitty.
“I’m happy with the modest achievement and hopeful we’ll further excel at the continent when football hostilities start.
“I’m quite confident that we won’t merely make up the numbers but compete favourably for the title,” said the Super Eagles marksman to supersport.com.
Osadiaye however could not say forthwith the exact destination point for the upcoming season.
“No, I’ve not decided anything for myself as it affects the upcoming season, I’m still trying to caught some rest before thinking of what next to do.
“At least, I’m quite certain Warri Wolves will be a huge success in the new season with or without me,” concluded Osadiaye.
Wolves ended their season’s campaign in the third position on 61 points and a CAF Confederation Cup ticket.