Kenyan international Michael Olunga has said that he will work harder to get a better deal for himself as he leads stars Squad in a friendly match against Uganda Cranes.
Speaking at the team’s training camp in Kasarani Olunga who plies his trade in the Japanese Second Division side Kashiwa Reysol striker said that he is currently happy with his form saying that he aims to attract a bigger challenge.
Olunga is the second Tops scorer in the league with 11 goals and is in contention for the Golden boot. The league’s top scorer is Lee Yong-Jae of Yokahama with 16 goals.
The Engineer has attributed his good form to hard work and settling early having started the season with the team.
“I believe it’s just a matter of working hard and having started the season with the team i have been able to work on my weakness,” he said.
In the absence of Captain Victor Mugubi Wanyama Coach Francis Kimanzi has handed over the arm band to Olunga who will lead the team in the Sunday’s Match against the Cranes.
A part from Wanyama the team will miss several key players in the build up to the 2022 African Cup of Nations among them Johanna Omollo, Joseph Okumu and Ismael Gonzalez.
Zambian-based striker Jesse Were has been ruled out after picking a hamstring injury in training on Thursday.
The cranes are expected in the country on Friday.