By Sab Osuji:
Enugu Rangers captain, Okey Odita says he's now a fulfilled man after leading the Coal City Flying Antelopes to reclaim the domestic silverware for the first time in 32 years.
"I'm happy, I'm now a fulfilled man," Odita, a centre-back, starts during an exclusive chat with Completesportsnigeria.com
"For 32 years this trophy has eluded Rangers, and now the turnaround has taken place in my time in the club and as captain."
Odita is the immediate younger brother of a former Rangers defender, Chukwudi Odita.
The title winning younger Odita is in his third spell at the Coal City Flying Antelopes.
Odita adds: "That makes it more remarkable. My elder brother, Chukwudi, also played for Rangers.
"I started off here myself too. I later moved to Enyimba, then to Kwara United before coming back to Rangers three seasons ago.
"How faithful God has been to me and the Odita family.
"Rangers is like a family affair for us and I'm more delighted to lead this new generation of players to restore Rangers' glory.
"I can't stop being happy and glorifying God for this", Odita tells Completesportsnigeria.