Japanese attacking midfielder Genki Nakamura who is trying his luck at Mighty Wanderers says he is impressed with the club.
The 29 year-old striker who jetted into the country through Lilongwe last week with the intention of playing for any Malawian team has started his two week trials with the Blantyre based giants.
Speaking in an interview with Malawi24 on his second day of training, Nakamura said he is enjoying playing for Nomads and described the players as friendly.
“I am enjoying being here despite the hot weather in this country, Wanderers are a good team and I am impressed with how friendly the players are,” Nakamura said.
Malawi24 spoke to some Wanderers players and they described the coming of Nakamura as a boost for them, saying they are ready to learn from one another.
“We are ready to play with him, we have welcomed him,” said one of the strikers.
Nakamura who also play as a striker is set to train with the Nomads for a fortnight before he can be offered a contract by the club.
Mighty Wanderers are expected to make more signings as they have loaned out Eliya Munthali and Precious Msosa while Jacob Ngwira and Victor Nyirenda have been released.