Anthony Omaka says he is determined to show Sunshine Stars what they are missing when he files out against them on Wednesday.
The former Flying Eagles midfielder joined MFM FC in January after his career at Akure was abruptly ended owing to lack of regular playing time.
And the 20-year-old is hoping to prove a point against Samson Unuanel’s side who never believed in his abilities.
“I want to take this opportunity to make sure I show Sunshine Stars that I’m a quality player,” Omaka told Goal.
“Last season was a bad one for me because I never had enough playing time because no one believed in my abilities.
“After quitting the team [Sunshine Stars] I was also able to rest. Afterwards, MFM FC came to my rescue and I was able to overcome the torrid period.
“Tomorrow [on Wednesday], I will give all my best against them and would make them regret not giving a chance to prove my worth,” he concluded.
Unuanel’s Sunshine Stars would be hoping for their first win against the giant-killers at the Agege Stadium in a NPFL Week Four fixture.
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