Joe Aribo admits he’s not stopping anytime soon after a huge game season.
The Rangers The attacker played more than 70 games for club and country in the last campaign, with 57 of them being colored light blue.
Aribo was once the mainstay of Giovanni Van Bronckhorst, and before that of Steven Gerrard, the team in Europe and in the country.
25 years old also endured World Cup qualifying and AFCON matches against Nigeria, but was an unused extra player in the most recent encounter.
And he admits 70 games is his standard now, with the star focused on preparing for a crucial campaign for Rangers next season.
Aribo said on Twitter: “Grateful for playing 70 games this season.
“I just want to thank God for helping me get through it.
“A season full of ups and downs but created unforgettable memories.
“Can’t wait to get going next season, thanks to all the fans for their continued support.”
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