Flames left-back Kieran Ngwenya has penned a new deal with Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen FC that will see him remain at the club until 2024.
Ngwenya made his Flames debut in a friendly match against Tanzania in Dar es Salaam last month.
Aberdeen Manager Stephen Glass believes there is much to come from Kieran and his desire to commit to Aberdeen supports the Club’s overarching strategy to be the best developer of young talent.
“Kieran is a player who has real potential, so I’m pleased he has chosen to commit himself to the Club.
“He now has an opportunity to build upon the appearances he made for the first team last season and put everything into his continued development.
“I look forward to working with him in the years ahead to help him fulfil his ambitions and establish his career with us,” Glass told the club’s website.
Flames coach Meck Mwase said the deal will help the player to continue his development as a world class defender.
“We are so happy for Kieran for his deal. It just shows how highly rated he is. We wish him all the best and hope he will play more first team football that will help be ready for forthcoming Flames 2021 World Cup qulaifers and AFCON finals,” said Mwase.