The Ugandan striker, who was voted best player last season, reveals to Goal that he misses playing alongside Salim, who quit K'Ogalo to join paid ranks
Gor Mahia striker Dan Sserunkuma has admitted he misses his former striking partner Rama Salim who left the country for a stint in the Gulf.
Sserunkuma says the absence of Salim has affected his form this season. The Ugandan striker has failed to hit top form this year and is a pale shadow of the player, who was named last season's best player.
"It is true that I miss Salim. He is a great player and we had a great partnership last season. But it is not just me who miss him but the rest of the team and the fans as well.
"We had a great partnership last season and it helped me emerge the best player but this is football because today you are here and tomorrow you are gone," Sserunkuma told Goal.
Sserunkuma further said he is determined to help the club win the title this season. "We have a great team that is capable of winning the league. I may not have had a great season but the most important thing is that we have a big and capable squad.”