Goalkeeper Chinedu Agwu has declared that he is ready for wait to get his chance at first-team football with Enyimba this season.
Agwu, 26, joined the Peoples Elephant from Kaduna United at the start of this season and told Enyimba's official website that he is waiting to take a shot as the club's goalkeeper.
"I am a very patient person," Agwu told the club's website this week. "I know that in the game of football you have to wait for your turn to shine, because it goes around.
"Right now the other goalkeepers are doing well so I just have to remain patient and wish them even more success, because we are all in the same team. If they keep clean sheets, it's good for the team so I don't have to be in a hurry."
Agwu is yet to make an appearance for Enyimba this season as the duo of Paul Godwin and Richard Ocheayi is ahead of him in the pecking order.
Ahead of his team's clash against southeast rivals, Heartland at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium in Enugu on Sunday, Agwu is hopeful his teammates can get the job done over his former team.
"There are lot of quality players here in Enyimba, players that are capable of defeating any premier league club so I have the belief that we would come out of that game with something.
"Hopefully, we will go there and win them or at least, get a draw. Heartland are a good side but we are capable of a victory," he said.