By NBF News

Ogunbote told Saturday Vanguard Sports that only a big win was going to help the Akure-based side to qualify for the final of the continent's lesser rated club competition.

'Our aim is to score as many goals as possible so that we would not be under any severe pressure when when we travel to Tunisia for the second leg. As the only Nigerian club left in the competition, we know that our fans are looking up to us to win the tourney and we promise not to fail them', said Ogunbote, who admitted that he was worried with his strikers inability to score goals at crucial times.

'It has turned out to be a peculiar challenge with our team but we have really worked on the players goal-scoring abilities. We hope they make amends against Club Africain,' he said.