Shooting Stars forward Wasiu Alalade says he has a “good feeling” about the club after their unbeaten start to the season.

The Oluyole Warriors have managed two draws from the opening two Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) fixtures and the Kwara-born player, who made climbed off the bench to inspire Stars against Akwa United, believes he had made a good choice following his move from the Uyo based side.

“We’ve not lost any our first two games and I have a good feeling here, which is the most important thing.

“Hopefully that will continue and we carry on playing the way we have been doing and get even more good results,” he told

“I felt pretty good against Akwa United and played as a second striker, although it’s not a new position for me.

“So on Sunday I felt pretty comfortable.”

However, the ex Nigeria Under-20 international felt his team deserved more than the one point they took away from the 1-1 home draw with the Promise Keepers.

“On the chances we had we deserved to have earned a better result, so it was unusual we only drew,” lamented the former Akwa United forward.


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