Katsina United midfield Ashadi Destiny says Katsina Utd will return to winning ways when they clash against defending NPFL champions Enyimba in a MatchDay Two tie billed for the Muhammadu Dikko Stadium in Katsina.
The former Kogi United talisman spoke with the Changi Boys Media after Thursday’s training session.
“It was a very disappointing outing against Abia Warriors and we have put that behind us, our attention is now on the next match against Enyimba FC.
“The match against the People’s Elephants is a must win for us that’s why we have to give it our all.
“We want to return back to winning ways with a view to giving our teeming fans something to cheer about.
The Imperia Football Academy product went further to say, “Yes, I am positive, we are going to win on Sunday. No disrespect to Enyimba but the three points is not negotiable,” The CHAN Super Eagles Midfielder concluded.
Destiny turned down lucrative offers from Enyimba and other top NPFL teams to see off his contract with Katsina United.