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LONDON - Nwankwo Kanu revealed he had two reasons to celebrate after the Portsmouth striker's FA Cup final winner against Cardiff repaid the club for giving him a new contract and kept his son happy.
Kanu's present deal was due to expire at the end of the season but the Nigerian is set to stay for another year after agreeing to renew his deal with Harry Redknapp's team.
He joked that he is already due a wage increase after his first-half tap-in brought Portsmouth their first FA Cup since 1939, but he was just relieved to have satisfied his three-year-old son's pre-match plea to see him score at Wembley.
The former Arsenal and Ajax star had missed a sitter minutes before he broke the deadlock, so son Sean's words were the perfect inspiration to pick himself up.
"When I was leaving my house, my kids were saying I had to score for them and for Portsmouth," Kanu said. "When I missed I thought back to what my son Sean said. I didn't want my head to go down.
"They were not joking and I did it, so I will have to go back and party with them. To give them a present like that is good."
Kanu is enjoying a new lease of life at Fratton Park, but he insisted the critics who said he was finished after he left Arsenal had kept him motivated.
He was fortunate that Peter Enckelman spilled the ball at his feet and claimed he knew there was a chance the error-prone keeper would fumble.
"When the cross came in I knew I had to be there first because we watched the videos and saw his mistakes," he said.
"A lot of people put Kanu down. You shouldn't put Kanu down because I have the talent. That is what God gave me. I keep on going.
"I will be here for another year. Scoring the winner like this means they will have to give me a bigger contract!" - Sapa-AFP