Plateau currently enjoy a six-point lead over Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries FC (MFM) with just four matches left in the season, and appear set to claim the crown of the nation’s top flight football division.
Boboye told Vanguard there was still work to be done, “I don’t think so. It is not done and dusted yet. We still have four games and that’s how we will keep battling till the end of the season.
“It has just been hardwork and commitment. That is just the truth. We started well and we knew we need to be up and doing (it) every week.”
United face Abubakar Bukola Saraki (ABS) on Sunday at the Ilorin Township Stadium. A victory for United in the encounter could seemingly see the club move one step closer to clinching the Nigerian championship.