Cape Town City boosted their attack on Tuesday with the unveiling of Zambia striker Justin Shonga.
The highly-rated 24-year-old attacker joins on a three-year deal from Tshakhuma FC after joining them from Orlando Pirates at the start of the season.
Shonga scored four goals already this term for the Venda-based team after his career stalled at Bucs.
But with 16 goals in 77 games for Pirates and 13 goals in 24 internationals with the Chipolopolo, Shonga is keen to reignite his career in the Mother City.
He says: “Cape Town City is a good club, with good players and I’m excited and happy to be here. Cape Town is a nice place.
“I’m just looking forward to fitting into the team, work hard and winning trophies.
“To the fans, I appreciate the support for the team even though we can’t be in the stadiums now. But we will work hard to make them proud.”
Shonga will join Copper Bullets teammate Charles Zulu at Hartleyvale after the latter joined at the start of the season as part of a drive to replace Mamelodi Sundowns-bound Kermit Erasmus.
Meanwhile, City confirmed that Thabo Nodada, Craig Martin and Mpho Makola are back in training after testing negative in their Covid-19 recovery.
The trio missed last week’s PSL loss to Swallows FC and the draw at Tshakhuma FC, but are back for Saturday’s clash with struggling Kaizer Chiefs, who yesterday announced that star man Khama Billiat will be sidelined for two months with a broken leg.