El Kanemi Warriors central defender, Stanley Onuegbu has hinted he will star for the side in the upcoming 2013/2014 Glo Premier League season.
The former Heartland captain's strong form at the back contributed immensely to the Maiduguri-based side fourth finished in the out gone season on 60 points three points adrift champions, Kano Pillars.
Onuegbu who is observing the side 10-day holiday at his home town, Mbaise, Owerri, Imo state said switching to another club side is not on his agenda at the moment.
"I'm still a bonafide player of El Kanemi Warriors as we speak, I've not changed nor intended to change my status quo though I always allow God to dictate for me at the end of every season.
"I'm at home right now with my people and how nice its to return back home after a hectic season in far away Maiduguri.
"We didn't perform badly in the out gone season as fourth best though we would've been happier with continental ticket.
"Of course, that'll be the number one agenda on our minds when we resume for the upcoming season.
"We're quality bench and players to deliver the goods, we've noted the mistakes that robbed us of the league title we'll correct them and bounce back stronger.
"We'll be heading to the Super Four contest to make a bold statement. We'll like to tell doubters that our fourth finish was worked for and merited by striving to win the Super Four shield," said the former Enugu Rangers strongman to supersport.com.
El Kanemi Warriors are expected to end the 10-day break on November 07 to resume preparations for the new league season.