Still jubilant about Trencin’s Super Liga win, Christopher said it’s going to be hard to become a regular player at the club, but he’s ready for the challenge.
“I just signed for the club not too long, and I think I have to be more focused on cementing a place in the team, to play more games, work very hard and leave the rest for God,” Christopher told soccernet.com.ng
Speaking on if he would consider leaving AS Trencin anytime soon he said,; “I don’t know for now. I signed a 2 years contract with the team starting from January 1st 2016, but I hope to make a big transfer as soon as possible”[post_ad]
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