Kennedy Boboye says his objective is to qualify Remo Stars for continental football.
The Abeokuta club unveiled him as its new technical adviser on Friday.
The former Plateau United coach succeeds Fatai Osho who resigned on Wednesday.
Boboye left the Jos-based side following the expiration of his two-year contract. While there, he made history by guiding them to a first ever NPFL championship in his first year.
The 45-year-old handler previously managed Abia Warriors and Sunshine Stars.
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“It has been a wonderful welcome for me since I came from the President of the club to the management and players,” Boboye said during his unveiling.
“It’s a new challenge, we’ve just discussed few hours before this unveiling and I think we are good to go.
“The team has a target and it’s for us to play in the continent and if everybody put their hands on deck I believe it is doable.
“We can as well repeat what happened in Plateau State here with Remo Stars.
“The players here are young and they are willing to work and get their names written in gold, we have some experienced players, including the backroom staff.
“The target is for us winning the league and playing in the continent which is doable like I rightly said and the management is going to do everything to move the team up.
“I came and I saw on ground what they are doing, it’s a young team no doubt, with what the management have on ground I think if everybody in each states have a philosophy like this, football in Nigeria will go far.
“They are young team who aspire finding themselves in topflight football in Nigeria.”
Boboye is to be assisted by Daniel Ogunmodede, director of youth development at the club.