By Johnny Edward:
HJK Helsinki winger Nnamdi Oduamadi says he is determined to keep scoring goals after he scored twice in his last two appearances for the club.
Oduamadi who admits his goal-scoring record hasn't been impressive in his five-year loan spell away from Italian side, AC Milan, wants to surpass his four-goal tally in a season for Varese in 2013-14 season.
"I've got to keep going, try to take it one game at a time," Oduamadi told Completesportsnigeria.com.
"I don't think about the records or anything like that but I hope to surpass my highest tally of four goals. It's been a great start this season and I want to build on it."
HJK currently lead the Veikkausliiga log with a superior goal difference ahead of IFK Mariehamn and he acknowledged that his side will have to keep winning if they want to stave off pressure from a number of other teams and keep ascending up the table.
"It will be tough. IFK Mariehamn have been great and got another good result too away from home," he said.
"They've picked up some good results in recent weeks and they are very good at home. It will be tough, but we're looking forward to a good title charge."