Striker Muhammad Sulumba has said he is happy to have signed a two-and-a-half year contract with South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) side Polokwane City.
Sulumba said he put pen to paper on Tuesday evening and is looking forward to a new lease of life at Polokwane.
“I am very happy to have signed a deal, especially coming after last year’s failed to deal at Jomo Cosmos,” he said.
He also thanked veteran forward and prospective team-mate Esau Kanyenda’s role in the deal.
“I appreciate the effort that he made and being a senior colleague and compatriot, I will be looking up to him for guidance and advice,” he said.
On his part, Kanyenda said he is happy that Sulumba did not disappoint during his trials.
Polokwane City owner Johnny Mogaladi also confirmed signing Sulumba.
“We are just trying to contact his team so that we can finalise the transfer process; otherwise yes, we have signed him following Kanyenda’s recommendation.
“He is the kind of striker we needed, sort of a fighter and we hope we can agree on the terms with both him and his club,” said Mogaladi.