Ahead of their trip to Abeokuta where they face already relegated Ikorodu United in a NPFL match day 37 fixture, Rangers International FC striker Bobby Clement says the league leaders cannot afford to be complacent.
Bobby scored in each half of the Matchday 36 fixture against Sunshine Stars last Sunday to return the Coal City club to the summit of the Nigeria Professional Football League log after title rivals, Rivers United went down to Wikki Tourists in Bauchi.
The striker in an exclusive chat with FCNaija.com revealed that the believe in the team is high as they aim to end their 32 years wait for a Premier League triumph but warns against any slip in their final two league fixtures of the season.
"It was a good feeling to finally return to scoring ways but the best feeling was about what my goals meant to the team. We've fought hard all season and now that we are very close, it's only going to get tougher.
"The difference between the title contending clubs is nothing which puts us on our toes because any negative result for us and a positive one for those trailing us can be disastrous.
"We've believed all season, the coaches have believed in us all season, the fans have kept the faith and we've fought hard for every point we've earned and it'd only be fair to the fans that we don't lose our focus in this final two games. With God all things are possible.
Bobby and his troops play away to Ikorodu United on Sunday before returning home to host 10th placed El-Kanemi Warriors o October 2, 2016 at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium.