By Adeboye Amosu:
Warri Wolves coach, Paul Aigbogun says the club can take delight from their spirited showing against Enyimba despite losing the title to the hosts of Sunday's decider in Aba, reports Completesportsnigeria.
The Seasiders were held to a barren draw by Enyimba on Sunday at the Enyimba Sports Stadium, putting an end to their aspiration of winning their first Glo Premier League title.
Wolves went into the game needing to secure maximum points, but couldn't get past a resolute Enyimba side that was determined to win a seventh title.
Aigbogun though admitted he was disappointment with the result of the game, but was imppressed with the way they battled Kadiri Ikhana's charges throughout the game.
"It's disappointing that we couldn't beat them (Enyimba) at home, but we can take a lot of positives from our performance in the game," Igbogun told Completesportsnigeria.com
"We gave our best to stop them from winning the title, but unfortunately they got a point which was good for them.
"We proved with our performance what we are capable of and we hope to come back stronger next seasaon," Aigbogun said.
Warri Wolves who are now joint second on the log with Giwa Fc must now regroup ahead of this weekend's home clash against Taraba United.
A second place finish will see them compete in the 2016 edition of CAF Champions League alongside Enyimba.