Miheso keen to impress in Zambia after scoring his first goal
Harambee Stars midfielder Clifton Miheso says he is working hard to cement a starting role at his Zambian club.
The left footed player scored a last gasp winner for Buildcon in a league match against Green Eagles at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola.
The goal was a beauty, coming off a neatly struck free kick from just outside the D-area in the dying minutes of the contest to secure a 2-1 win.
Having coming off the bench in the second half to help his team amass all three points, the former Golden Arrows midfielder later told Nairobi News he is working hard to impress the technical team led by coach Hicham Chazouhani.
“It is always a great feeling to score but it feels way better that we picked the three points,” Miheso said.
“Of course I have set targets for this season, I want to help my team by scoring goals and assisting many others. I want to be a definite starter here, then get a recall to the national team. I’m happy to be back on the pitch, playing,” he added.
Miheso, who received his football education at Thika United, before also turning out for Sofapaka and AFC Leopards in the SportPesa Premier League, has also backed compatriot and club mate John Mark Makwatta to find his form at the newly promoted club.
Makwatta topped the scoring charts in Kenya during the 2016 season, but is yet to get off the mark at his new club despite having featured five times thus far.