Oboya signed a two year deal with K’Ogalo on Tuesday after his initial six month contract expired and says he wants to impress Adel Amrouche
Kenyan midfielder Patrick Oboya opted to extend his stay at Gor Mahia due to a desire for more playing time and to return to the national team Harambee Stars.
Oboya’s agent Patrick Muthomi said on Wednesday that playing at Gor Mahia for another season remains the player’s best option at the moment. Oboya signed a two year deal with Gor Mahia on Tuesday after his initial six month contract expired.
“Looking at the current circumstances, it only makes sense that he plays at Gor Mahia for another season. He needs to get more playing time and also be seen by national team selectors and with Gor Mahia featuring at continental level, he is likely to get more exposure and so that is why we extended his stay,” Muthomi told Goal.
He also revealed that several offers they had got were not impressive. Oboya was on loan at Gor Mahia for the last six months of 2013.