Yakubu Aiyegbeni ‘The Yak’ has set a 15-goal target for himself for his promoted Turkish club Kayserispor to stay up in the top league.
The former Portsmouth striker, who joined the Turkish club during the summer transfer window, said he is happy with the atmosphere at the club and will give his best for the success of the club.
“The players, coach and the president treated me so well with opened arms. I want to thank them for the great reception,” he said.
“I want to score goals to help my team achieve success. As a striker I will do my possible best to score goals, I think I will get over 15 goals. The aim will be to help the team stay in the League.”
He said the influx of top players has improved the quality of the league in Turkey.
“Coming of players like Robin van Persie, Nani, Mario Gomez has increase the awareness of the league and the players believe will contribute to the brand value of Turkey league,” he said.
“I would say that this is a league based on more physical. Every team can beat any team.” He said.

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