Kenyan international Michael Olunga is settling down well in Sweden with his new employers Djugardens after completing the switch earlier on in the week and he is setting his targets high.
The striker who netted 40 goals for club and country in 2015 is looking to establish himself out in the Swedish top flight and in his first interview with the club’s official TV, he promised to score goals to lift the club in the coming season.
He admits the challenge will be bigger at the new team but is willing to give his all for the team that finished sixth in the past season finish higher and maybe get the ticket to Europe.
“My ambition is to score as many goals as possible so I can help my team finish in a better position that it did in the past season. So if we finished sixth, I’ll want to help the team gain a top three finish so we can qualify for the European tournaments,” he said.
Olunga, who previously played for Tusker FC and Thika United in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL), had trials in South Africa with Bidvest Wits and SuperSport United but neither was successful.
His new team will kick off the new season with a game away to Orebro on Sunday 3rd April.