The former K’Ogalo youth player was handed his debut for the Kenyan champions against Vihiga United in a 2-0 defeat last weekend but coach Kerr insists that he has a bright future.
“His young head put others to shame and he looks a tremendous prospect for the club. He's been looking good in training and against Vihiga United, we played seven attacking players with him as a wing back and his play for a young boy was amazing,” Kerr told Goal in an interview.
Kerr added, “He had a football brain especially when the rain made it impossible to play he used his football brain to flick the ball up and pass above the water. Very clever boy with a very bright future.”