Gent forward Moses Simon has put behind the disappointment of losing the Ebony Shoe award to French-Congolese forward Neesken Kebano of Charleroi.
The 19-year-old finished second ahead of another Congolese player, Chancel Mbemba, who plays for Anderlecht. But the agony of losing the award has being brush aside by the petit forward and he now has his sights fixed on the potential title deciding clash against Club Brugge.
“Sunday’s game at Club Brugge is crucial. I feel it’s more important than the other matches. We go to there to win. I am not dreaming about it, I believe we can win and lift the title,” he told SL10.ng.
“Presently we have an 80% chance of lifting the trophy and we have to make it count.”
Simon is expected to fly directly to Germany after the game to join up with the Nigeria Under-20 team who are presently in camp ahead of the World Youth Championship in New Zealand.