Mfon Udoh is delighted to wrap up the 2015/16 season with the Caf Champions League highest goal scorer’s award.
The forward scored nine goals for Enyimba despite crashing out of the group stage, and the former Akwa United forward feels the People’s Elephant’s performance in the recently concluded NPFL season was something to worry about.
“It’s mixed feelings for me anyway, the team in general did not play to expectation, we failed to do what people expected of us, but at the same time, I was able to wrap it up with the highest goal scorer in the Champions League,” Udoh told Goal.
“I didn’t do that alone but with the help of my other colleagues, which showed that we all still did something good, without teamwork, it wouldn’t have happened.
“Though it was a bad season for us, we have accepted that and believe that in the coming season we will do better.
“Actually, I wouldn’t want to say anything concerning that at the moment, but I’m also still thinking on the next step to take, so nothing for now.
“So many things went wrong, we played so many matches away from home, playing to many competitions at the same time, and I don’t think the team also blended well too.
“We didn’t play well to be frank, we didn’t do our utmost best and that is why we were unable to do well this concluded season, so we blame ourselves for that.
“Everybody has his own tactics, as a coach you have your own tactics and your own problem. Aigbogun’s tactics did not work for Enyimba this season, so I can blame that on us all.”