Gor Mahia is so far engaged in two competitions; the Caf Confederation Cup and the Kenyan Premier League.
With the KPL Top 8 as well as the FKF Cup set to be played anytime from next month, K’Ogalo might be the most stretched side as far as human resource is concerned.
Despite the visible need of adding more players in the team, Gor Mahia official Ronald Ngala says the club will not be signing new players.
“We are in a very strong position in the competitions we are taking part in because we have enough players to do the job. I do not think we will be signing any new players next month, we have quality and quantity and the job will be done.
“As we had put it in the beginning of the season, we want to excel in all the competitions we are taking part in,” Ngala told Goal.
Gor Mahia is currently top of the league table and have started Caf Confederation Cup Group stages quite well after drawing 1-1 away against Rayon Sports of Rwanda.