Plateau United latest addition, Bature Yaro has described his move from Wikki Tourists to his hometown club, as something he had to do.
The Nigeria International, who featured for the Super Eagles under Sunday Oliseh, left struggling Wikki Tourists in the midseason transfer window, to compete for the title with Plateau United.
In an Exclusive interview with Sportlens360.com, the former COD United winger, described the move as an opportunity he had to grab.
“I’m young and vibrant, and ready to fight for my place here. It was a great offer that came my way and I grabbed it. I’m here to play with the team to add more strength to the team.”
Bature join Plateau United, who are top of the League, two points ahead of second place MFM FC, at the end of the first round of the season.
“The dream of every player, playing in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) is to win the title. Thank God plateau are doing well, I hope we can do even more better than the first round.”
The Plateau-born winger appreciated Kennedy Boboye for seeing the potentials in him.
“I want to appreciate the technical adviser of the team that has seen the potentials in me and decided to bring me here. Maybe it was time for me to play here but as far as Nigeria is concerned, everywhere it’s home for me.”