Emem Eduok, Super Eagles winger, has attributed his current form to the influence of Kasimpasa coach Kemal Ozdes.
The former Dolphins star has been playing well in the Turkish Super League this term, and he’s keen on maintaining his present level.
“I believe that Kemal Ozdes has something to do with my form,” he told TheCable.
“On a personal level I am happy with the work I am doing, but I don’t want to stay at this level, I think there is always room for improvement.
“I like to be stuck out there on the wing, but it is true that I have been advised to enter infield more.
“Football is becoming more tactical and you have to pick up on things, playing inside is something that is sometimes important, but I will never lose running down the wing because I think that is a way to create danger.”
Eduok’s next chance to “create danger” is Friday’s trip to Galatasaray.
“I think it will be difficult, they are a team that will try to win in front of their own fans, but we have to focus on ourselves, because we are doing things right and we make life difficult,” he said.