Sep 21 2012 By Matt Lewis
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KUDUS Oyenuga has made a blistering start to his Hayes & Yeading career but has hinted his stay in the Blue Square South might be just as quick.
The 19 year-old was released by Premier League Tottenham in the summer and was quickly snapped up by United manager Nas Bashir after a failed attempt to snare him last term.
Oyenuga wasted little time in opening his account for his new club as he netted on his debut at Weston-super-Mare and has already struck five times in his first eight games.
Bashir has tied the powerful striker to a contract at Kingfield this season but the former Spurs hotshot does not believe his boss will block a transfer if a big club comes calling this year.
“If a club did come in for me I don’t think a Hayes would stand in my way,” said Oyenuga. “They won’t demand stupid money for me. Of course the club has a right to get some money if someone comes in for me, rightly so, but I don’t think it’d be a big fee anyway.”
Oyenuga will need to continue to impress if he is to seal a move and insists he will give 100 per cent to help United with their charge to secure a Blue Square Premier return.
“I love scoring goals but I just want to work hard and as long as my team wins that is the most important thing,” he said. “I’m a team player. I don’t want to set personal goal targets and things like that, I just want to do my best for this club. If I work hard then the goals will come.
“I haven’t played too many competitive games in the past two years. I’ve probably only played 10 to 15 games really so it is good for me to be getting regular football here and scoring goals week in week. That’s the main thing for me right now.”
The striker will be hoping to add to his tally when United’s FA Cup adventure begins this Sunday as Ryman North outfit Heybridge Swifts visit Kingfield.