Super Eagles, Terem Moffi, has said he’s satisfied with his debut season for FC Lorient in the French Ligue Un.
Terem is one of the break-out stars in French football last season after scoring 14 goals to keep the modest club in the top flight division.
The 22-year-old arrived at the club in the summer of 2020 from Belgian Jupiler league outfits KV Kortrijk where he scored just five goals.
Moffi’s impressive performance in just concluded season earned him a call-up to the Super Eagles, and he is currently with the team in Austria ahead of the friendly game against Cameroon.
Reflecting on his break-out season in France, Moffi told brila.net, he did his best to help his team of trouble.
The former Golden Eaglets star also added that the impressive campaign helped open the door for national call up.
“I didn’t really paint the Ligue 1 red, but I think I tried my best; 14 goals, that’s fair. We had a difficult season and towards the end, I had some really good show and I think that’s what really earned me the call up to the Super Eagles and I’m really grateful for this.” He told brila.net.