The tactician has extended his contract with the Flying Antelopes till 2018 as he hopes to win more titles with the Enugu based outfit

Imama Amapakabo has signed a new two-year deal with reigning Nigeria Professional League champions, Enugu Rangers.

The 47-year old tactician led the Flying Antelopes to their first Nigeria topflight diadem in 36 years and the new deal will see him earn more money.

“Yes, I’ve signed a new two years contract with Rangers yesterday,” Amapakabo told Goal.

“It is a very comfortable contract, I will be earning much more than I earned last year, so I’m very comfortable with the contract.”

Imama also said that he is already preparing for the title defence, and at the same time get ready for the Champions League and the Federation Cup.

“We will not just be preparing for the Caf Champions League, we will also be preparing for the League and the Federation Cup.

“And as a coach, I want to win every title, and to do that, we need to push the team a little, we are also going to get some players to bolster some of the areas we think needed to be strengthened.

“I cannot disclose that because that is subject to the management’s decision, but yesterday I have given them the list of players I want retained for next season, but then it is their place for them to settle it.”