Super Eagles goalkeeper, Francis Uzoho has revealed his determination to rewrite a new chapter with his club Omonia in Cyprus.
Uzoho was one of the three goalkeepers that the Super Eagles technical adviser, Gernot Rohr took to the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, where the three-time Africa Champs finished with a bronze medal after beating Tunisia 1-0 in the third place.
It was the only game that Uzoho kept for the senior national team at the
He told BBSports that playing at the 2018 World Cup and 2019 AFCON has helped him garnered enough experience to make him a better goalkeeper with his new club.
“I can say last season is in the past now and I hope to write a good chapter with Omonia by God’s grace and hard work.
“To move forward you can’t keep looking back, so I just want to remain focus on what lies ahead.”
“I was very happy to play for my county at the Nations Cup and to be able to do that in a match that got us a medal was incredible,” added Uzoho.
“I’ve started pre-season with the club on a positive note and I feel good about it.
“I just hope to kick off with positivity and help Omonia Nicosia achieve the club’s target this season.”