Glasgow Rangers of Scotland midfielder, Joe Aribo has admitted he would love to keep firing goals one by the dozen with the Scottish Premiership club, with which he notched his seventh of he campaign last weekend, megasportsarena.com reports.
In the wake of his stunning effort against Hibernian, the former Charlton Athletic of England ace acknowledged the support he is getting from his teammates and their coach, Steven Gerrard, all of which he believes will aid his aspirations for more glory at Ibrox Stadium.
The Super Eagles’ dazzler went on to declare that he felt on top of the world after he opened the scoring on Sunday with a volley in the 20th minute before Ryan Kent clinched maximum points for Gerrard’s side on 62 minutes.
Since Aribo joined The Light Blues in the summer of 2019, they have never lost a match during which he scored, and the lad, who was born in England but his father hails from Ondo State, is quick to admit he was delighted to be back on the scoresheet after firing blanks in his last six games.
Aribo told Rangers TV: “I feel like it’s a long time coming, I want to keep scoring goals every single game that I play so I’m happy for myself that I could get the opening goal for the team. It was a nice finish, I just watched it, just took my time with the finish, I’m just glad that I didn’t sky it to be honest.”