Nyasa Big Bullets have failed in their bid to lure Rafiq Mussa from rivals Mighty Be Forward Wanderers, according to the player.
The midfielder revealed on Thursday that he has rejected a move to the Super League Champions.
The player said he made the decision because he has no intentions of playing for the people’s team since he loves and enjoy playing at Wanderers.
“I would like to assure all Wanderers supporters that I have no intentions to join Bullets, the fact is that they approached me but I told them I am a diehard of Wanderers fan,” Mussa said.
The star who is nicknamed “Shehe” was not active last season season due to a leg injury that kept him out for most part of the 2015 Super League season.
During the current transfer window, Bullets have signed Muhammad Sulumba from their rivals while the Nomads have hit back by snapping up Bullets midfielder Jafali Chande using a lucrative contract.
Meanwhile, the transfer window has been closed and all teams are reported to have registered their new signings.