Semilore Ajayi has set his sights on playing in the Premier League with his new club West Bromwich Albion after he signed a four-year contract with ‘The Baggies’.
“For me it doesn’t matter where you are in the league – top or bottom. I want to win every game and I prepare like that. But I want to play at the highest level and it’s exciting to be joining a club that wants to get back there,” Ajayi told club’s website.
The former Rotherham United utility player is expected to score goals for coach Slaven Bilic- led team as he is a regular threat from set pieces from which he scored eight goals last season for Rotherham.
“I was always a threat from set pieces and able to get on the end of things but my conversion rate was not good enough,” said Semi, who started out at Arsenal.
“I did a lot of work on that and last season it paid off for me. I wouldn’t say I have a target because my job is to keep the ball out of our net. But I hope to weigh in with some goals again.”
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