Paulo Victor on his contract extension: I want to write my name in the club’s history
June 24, 2019 - 3:49 PM | Article by Sophak
Paulo Victor has signed a contract extension with Phnom Penh Crown as he wants to be a part of the team in the second round of the Metfone Cambodian League this season.
The Brazilian striker, who joined Phnom Penh Crown on a half-season deal this season, is committed to giving his best to help the club as he aims to write his name in the history of the six-time champions of Cambodia.
The 24-year-old has established himself as an important player, who can adapt to the club’s culture quickly as he has already scored seven league goals and helped the team create threats in their attack too.
Paulo Victor told ppcfc.com: “I think I’m doing well, and I know I can help the team a lot. I’m playing in a position that I have not played for a long time, but I think I can help my teammates somehow in the field.
“I am happy that Phnom Penh Crown recognize my work, and I am happy to stay as I want to leave my name in the history of the club. In the beginning, it was not easy for me, but I am adapting more and more to the culture here. I hope to improve even more.
“I hope to improve more and more, and I believe I can do what the coach is asking me to do in the field. If I improve in a position that is not mine, I can help my teammates in the competition.”
Phnom Penh Crown sit in the sixth place in the Metfone Cambodian League table with eleven points behind Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng, who occupy the top spot, but Paulo Victor still believes that Phnom Penh Crown’s title hope is not over yet.
“We know it will not be easy, but we will fight till the end. I still believe that we can win the championships,” said the Brazilian striker.