Kenyan midfielder Sunday Mutuku would like to utilize his most recent spell at Ethiopian club Sidama Coffee to awe Harambee Stars mentor Sebastien Migne.
The 24-year old, who is yet to be topped at universal level and is absent from the most recent squad amassed by Migne for mainland obligation, revealed to Nairobi News he has a consuming aspiration to play in Europe.
The previous Kakamega Homeboyz player penned a year-long manage the Sidama Coffee on Tuesday.
Mutuku's makes an arrival to the Hawassa based group subsequent to spending last season at another Ethiopian club Dire Dawa.
"It is another incredible chance to make an arrival to where my profession began here in Ethiopia," the player revealed to Nairobi News.
"The Ethiopian class depends on expertise and quick passing, dissimilar to in Kenya where the course to objective is considerably quicker and essentially straight forward. I would like to enable the group to complete in the main three in the class and furthermore fit the bill for mainland assignments."
"I additionally need to play for the Kenya national group and trust I can include esteem if offered an opportunity. I trust the (national group) mentor can consider me for the approaching Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup diversions," Mutuku, who is yet to get a universal top, clarified.
"In the event that all goes well, this ought to be my last season in Ethiopia. I need to attempt my fortunes somewhere else and encounter a new test, ideally in Europe."
Mutuku got his leap forward into proficient football in the wake of featuring at the then Safaricom-supported Sakata Ball Youth competition.
Agreeable at focus back or cautious midfielder, the player additionally highlighted for Shabana in the second level National Super League.
Sidama Coffee completed in eighth position in the 16-group Ethiopia class standings last season.