Katsina United skipper Nasiru Sani, who has been out for three weeks due to injury, has said he is delighted he has now fully recovered and has returned to full training.
The left fullback picked up an ankle sprain three weeks ago forcing him to miss three straight matches since then.
He said after he returned to full training: “I am happy that I am back.
“It’s been very tough for me watching my team play from the stands but I can’t help the situation because injury is part of the game.
“The injury is gone now and the physio has confirmed that I am 100 percent fit to play now.”
The former Kwara United defender went further to have his view on the double away games his team lost to Sunshine Stars and Remo Stars
“It’s a game of football, you win some and you lose some,” he said.
“We hope to work more on our finishing as one could see how many scoring opportunities we missed against Sunshine Stars.”
However, he assured his team will pick at least six points from the remaining nine points before the mid-season’s break.
“We have a very important game against Enyimba at home on Sunday. Our focus now is to beat the People’s Elephant here on Sunday,” he said.
“Then we try and get something from Plateau United, before facing Rivers United here at home.”