BY ZULHILMI ZAINAL Follow on Twitter
Former South Korea international Kim Do-heon has expressed his desire to share his wealth of experience with the young players at his new club, the newly-promoted Negeri Sembilan.
The 35-year old midfielder, who prior to joining the Deers had played club football almost exclusively in his native South Korea except for a stint with West Bromwich Albion in the English Premier League, signed with the Deers last month.
When met by the press following Negeri Sembilan's team launch event on Wednesday, Do-heon said he is aware that his new team comprise a number of young players, and that he is eager to share his knowledge with them.
"There are many young players in our team, I (will) teach them and I'm happy to do so.
"(Hopefully) we will play very well, get better and collect a lot of points," said Do-heon.
The midfielder also spoke promisingly of the targets expressed by club president Dato' Seri Utama Mohamad Hasan during the event; to win at least one title.
"I will help Negeri Sembilan do well and become champions" said the midfielder with a laugh, "no problem!"