Anglo-Nigerian goal poacher Dubi Ogbonna says he was proud of his performance at English side Kettering Town in the just concluded season.

Last November, the Northamptonshire based side snapped him up on a two-year deal from rivals St. Ives Town, and he went on to flourish, finishing the season with 32 goals in all competitions.

''When I joined the club last year, we were ninth in the league and I scored 10 goals in my first 4 games, including 3 hat tricks in a row which broke a club record,'' Dubi Ogbonna told

''I'll say I had a successful season because of the position we were in when I signed for the team."

''And to make the playoffs where we lost to Slough is unbelievable. I still have a contract with Kettering but attracting interest from higher league teams.''

Peterborough United and Northampton Town are weighing up moving for the youngster after last season's success.

The 22-year-old, who was born in Enugu, Eastern Nigeria, has represented St Neots Town, Cambridge City and Soham in the past.

He immigrated to Cambridge, United Kingdom at the age of ten with his parents, who are both Nigerians.

- by Ifeanyi Abanum