Kenneth Muguna has revealed that he got a warm reception after he rejoined Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia.
Muguna sunk the hearts of many K’Ogalo fans when he joined Albanian side FK Tirana and only to return 'home' barely one year later.
“Finally It feels good to be back home. I got a warm welcome so I am just waiting for the job to begin,” Muguna told Goal.
Muguna defended his move to FK Tirana in June 2017 adding that he needed a page of new experience on his CV. “I made the move because I needed exposure in a new league, at least to learn a few things in my career."
The former Western Stima and the 2016 KPL Player of the Year, is currently preparing for a big game against Everton but has allayed fears that K’Ogalo will be under pressure when they face the Toffees in England.
“As a player, it is always a pleasure when you play against big teams and from big league. More so, this (Everton game) is a career building match, but we’ll just approach it like any other game without any fear.”
Gor Mahia lost 2-1 to Everton in 2017 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.