Newly promoted Kenya Premier League (KPL) side Bandari FC have launched plans to beef up their squad with a host of experienced players ahead of the upcoming season.
According to the team's coach Rishadi Shedu, the Coastal-based side's technical bench has drawn up a list of realistic targets that will add the much needed impetus into the team in readiness for the 2013 season.
"We have finalized our list of potential targets. We have a few weaknesses in defence and striking force and we plan to solve that by acquiring players who have experience in the top flight," Shedu told Goal.com.
"I can confirm that Kisuya (Collins) and Abass (Akinyemi) are on the list."
Kisuya - a former AFC Leopards and Ulinzi Stars player - is back in the country after a one and a half year stint in Belgium at top flight side Germinal Beershort.
Nigerian striker Abass Akinyemi turned out for Sofapaka, Tusker FC and Rangers FC during a three years stint in Kenya.
He thereafter, landed a short term deal in Ukraine at third division side FC Bucha but has since returned to Kenya.