The 27-year-old forward, who opened his scoring account of the season with a goal against Enugu Rangers in their opening game, is making waves not just for his goal-scoring prowess, but for his grounded approach to the game.
In Remo Stars matchday three, Alimi registered another goal, helping his team earn a 2-1 win over Bayelsa United away from home.
He continued his impressive run by sealing a 2-1 victory with a penalty kick in a home game against Sporting Lagos, delivering his third goal of the season.
His most remarkable performance came in the South West Derby, where he scored twice to lead Remo Stars to a convincing 3-0 win over Shooting Stars, a club he left to join the Sky Blue Stars.
However, despite his recent form in front of goal, Alimi remains focused on personal improvement and team success.
While speaking after their 3-0 victory in the South West Derby, he stated,
“Honestly, the goals are nothing to me; I just want to keep getting better and helping my team.”
Alimi Sikiru and his teammates will be facing a difficult task this weekend at Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium, as they look set to battle the reigning FA Cup winners.
His fans, admirers, will surely be wondering, will go on to show off his excellent form and continue to score goals against Bendel Insurance? Only the former Lobi Stars striker Sikiru can pull off this surprise.
Fans are excited for this Sunday afternoon matchup.
In response to a question regarding what supporters should anticipate from him in the next game, Alimi stated with assurance,
“It’s the same Alimi; I always want to get on the pitch and give my best always.”
With five goals to his name, Alimi currently shares the spot of NPFL joint top scorer with Bayelsa United’s forward, Robert Christian Mizo.
Remo Stars’ fans can anticipate outstanding performances from their star striker, who values more than just goals; he values personal growth and team success.