By Adeboye Amosu: Chisom Chikatara has told Completesportsnigeria.com he is elated to have finally completed his move to Moroccan side Wydad Casablanca, while also promising to help his new club win more silverware during his stay with them.
The forward who came to limelight after scoring four goals for the home-based Super Eagles at the African Nations Championship early in the year in Rwanda reportedly signed a deal with the former African champions after the competition but the deal was later cancelled by his former club Abia Warriors who claimed Wydad officials failed to fulfil their contractual obligations.
But all issues concerning the player's transfer to Wydad have finally been resolved and he is already in Casablanca ready to start his career with the 1992 CAF Champions League winners.
An elated Chikatara told Completesportsnigeria.com from his new base on Monday morning that he is hopeful of making his stay with the Rouges et Blancs a successful one.
"I'm relieved that everything has been sorted now. It was really tough for me in the past few months with several stories and speculations about my future," Chikatara told Completesportsnigeria.com exclusively in his first interview since completing the move.
"Now, I can play football with total concentration with little or no distractions.
"Wydad are one of the best clubs in Africa and have won a lot of titles in the past.
"I hope I can help the club achieve greater things and also win titles during my stay."