Bayelsa United midfielder, Chigozie Christopher has said his side will not come back from the Kaduna United tie empty-handed.
The Yenagoa-based side will be the guests of Kaduna United in Saturday's Glo Premier League Matchday 36 encounter at the Kaduna Township Stadium.
Christopher said his side will aim for the three points but worse case scenario grab a point from the encounter.
"We'll pick three points at Kaduna United to inch closer to winning the league title.
"If for any reason we failed to win the three points surely a point won't elude us.
"Surely we won't come back from the duel empty-handed as it will hurt our ambition to lift the trophy.
"I know it won't be easy picking full points on the road with three games to round off the season but we've no choice than to fight hard for the points.
"Of course, we know the league shield won't come cheap or on a platter of gold, so we're determined to give the title campaign all it takes and we'll strive to avoid dropping points not only in the tie at Kaduna United but the remaining two matches," said the former Heartland midfield star to supersport.com.
Christopher said his side will prefer to clinch the ticket to represent the country in the Caf Champions League.
"Our target is to clinch a continental ticket at the end of the season preferably the Champions League, we'll be comfortable returning to Africa under the platform," said Christopher.