Nigeria midfielder, John Obi Mikel has revealed how it feels captaining English second tier side, Middlesbrough to the successive victory.
Middlesbrough are still in contention for the playoffs after beating Hull City 1-0 at the Riverside Stadium on Saturday.
It was their second successive win in the Championship with Mikel captaining the side.
The Super Eagles midfielder was at the right place at the right time, clearing off the line as the opponents searched for an equaliser towards the end of the game.
Speaking post-match, Mikel told BBC that he has enjoyed the captaining the team in their last two matches against Bolton Wanderers and Hull City.
”’It is always nice to be the captain, to lead the team,” he said.
”Great team, great players, great lads too, so it is always nice, it is always positive. I am really honored to have captained the team in the last two games.
”Hopefully we can keep winning games, I think that is the most important thing.”
In the provisional standings, Middlesbrough are seventh and have garnered 64 points from 42 matches.
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