Seun Olulayo remains optimistic that Sunshine Stars can lift they Nigeria Professional Football League title and has insisted they will not stop fighting.
The Akure Gunners came from a goal down to win 2-1 at Kwara United to move to the fourth position on the league table.
Kennedy Boboye’s men side are currently trailing leaders Enyimba by five points, yet the promising midfielder remains optimistic about his side’s chances of NPFL glory.
“It was great winning in Ilorin because we have not been winning in recent times. That has helped us recover some ground in the Nigerian league,” Olulayo told Goal.
“We want to play on the continent and we will only achieve that by winning more matches. It will be tough to win the league, but Sunshine Stars won’t stop fighting until it’s over.”
With eight games left in the NPFL, the midfielder stressed that the Akure Gunners will take the remaining games very serious with the hope of overtaking Enyimba, Warri Wolves and Wikki Tourist.
“We are going to give more than a 100 percent in our remaining games,” he continued.
“If we could get an away win in Ilorin, then we don’t have any excuse not to win anywhere.
“Officiating too is very important here also, because that has hindered us from picking away wins this season.
“All things being equal, we would have the last laugh at the end of the season and book a place to play in the Caf Champions League,” he concluded.
Sunshine Stars are fourth on the log with 50 points and will host Abia Warriors in their next league outing.

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