VIJAY Singh is satisfied with the performance of the Nadroga soccer side in the last two rounds of the National Football League (NFL) matches.
Despite securing a point from the three matches played in the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries NFL competition so far, the young Nadroga side had put on a sterling performance in their bid to match its much fancied opponents.
Singh, the newly appointed president of Nadroga Football Association, is adamant they have a bright future ahead considering the pool of young players in the team.
"We got a good set of new players in the team and I guess it's a good start for us despite being placed at the bottom end of the points table," the 42-year-old Sigatoka businessman said.
Singh said he was happy to be back with Nadroga soccer after a lapse of six years where he was a player.
He said there was a need for support from the fans to efficiently run the association.
"Verbally I got a lot of support but it's the physical support we need. We don't want people to be barking from the shadows, we need action."
"I just urge the people of Sigatoka to come forward in numbers and help the team. I'm very accommodative to all they say and I will manoeuvre my way to see what is right for the district."
Meanwhile Nadroga faces a low-lying Lautoka in the NFL clash this Sunday at Lawaqa Park.
Singh said they were eyeing the maximum points in this match to remain in contention for a place in the top flight next season.