The left footed defender, who returned home following a season long stint in Belgium, was one of the seven players unveiled by the 2009 champions earlier this weekKenya international Collins Kisuya says he intends to make the most of the opportunity after completing a move to the 'Batoto Ba Mungu'.
The left footed defender, who returned home following a season long stint in Belgium, was one of the seven new players unveiled by the 2009 champions during a club function earlier this week. Kisuya added that he is eager to repay coach David Ouma for instilling faith in him.
"I am happy at this opportunity and want to make the most of it. Its encouraging and motivating because Sofapaka were one of the few clubs that really showed interest in signing me outright."
"My ability is known throughout and what I am targeting is claiming a first team spot with the side and winning titles," revealed Kisuya to Goal.com.
The 24 year-old, who previously turned out for AFC Leopards and Ulinzi Stars in the Kenya Premier League, will face a battle to dethrone the impressive Abdalla Juma off the left back position both at club and international level.
Kisuya will have the opportunity to shine for his new club when they take on Thika United in their opening match of the premiership at City Stadium on Sunday.
Sunday 24th KPL fixtures: Ulinzi v Bandari-Afraha, Chemelil v AFC Leopards-Kasarani, Sony Sugar v Mathare United-Awendo, Homeboyz v Karuturi-Bukhungu, KCB v City Stars -City Stadium -Live on SS, Sofapaka v Thika United-City Stadium-Live on SS and Muhoroni v Western Stima-Muhoroni Youth.