By Johnny Edward:
Raja Casablanca attacking midfielder Michael Babatunde believes his extra work on the training ground is paying off on the pitch, and is pleased with the variety of goals he has scored in three games for the club.
The 22-year-old Nigerian international has experienced a breakout campaign with the Moroccan club, scoring two goals and providing five assists since joining in the January window.
"I've worked hard on getting myself into more dangerous positions and after training I stay behind to practise my finishing," Babatunde told Completesportsnigeria.com.
"As well as that, in training we've been doing a little bit more work on crossing, finishing and getting into the box, which helps with the confidence going into matches.
"So far, this season has gone well for me in that area. I feel very happy because in the Morrocan league, it's not easy to score goals.
"Sometimes it's difficult to score three or four in a game, you might just have to get one and try to see the game out, but we are always aiming to score a lot. In three separate games recently we've scored five goals."