Nigerian star Chuba Akpom has reacted after helping PAOK to win Greek Super League for the first time in 34 years.
The Black-Whites secured a 5-0 victory over Levadiakos to be crowned the Greek champions and the Thessaloniki-based outfit are the first team from outside capital Athens to win the league since Larissa in 1988.
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The 23-year striker joined PAOK last summer after ended his 16-year spell with Alex Iwobi and Arsenal has been impressive for Greece club after scoring six goals in all competitions.
Akpom third career title and he has taken to the social media to celebrate the achievement as he tweeted after the win saw PAOK moved onto 77 points and five clear of Olympiakos with one game to go.
"Super League Champions, Wow after 34 years I’m honoured to be a part of making history with this special club.
"The love and support I’ve received from you fans have been amazing and I honestly appreciate it.
"This moment will stay with me forever (Toumba Stadium).”
Akpom will hope to help PAOK reach the Greek Cup final when they take on Asteras Tripolis in their semi-final second leg match on Thursday night.