Malawi national team peripheral striker Peter Wadabwa has rejoined Silver Strikers after a stint for South African clubs.
Wadabwa, who returned on Tuesday from South Africa confirmed joining his former club saying the deal was done.
“I can confirm that I am here at Silver Strikers after terminating my contract with Golden Arrows,” Wadabwa said.
“The deal is done I am just waiting to sign the contract.”
However, the striker he is optimistic of returning to South Africa for better deal in future.
“I will return to South Africa because a number of teams were interesting to sign me but the issue of foreign quota of players blocked me,” he said.
“I am confident that after playing for Silver I will be fit to get back to South Africa.”
Super League General Secretary Williams Banda also confirmed that Wadabwa has completed a move to the bankers as the transfer window in Malawi closed on Friday.
However the lanky striker said after his contract with Golden Arrows expired he had brief stint with Black Rovers.
This is the third time for Wadabwa to return from professional football in South Africa after leaving Jomo Cosmos in the 2007 after just one season.
He joined Escom United and returned to South Africa after two seasons to join Thanda Royal Zulu.
The striker moved to Golden Arrows where they have off-loaded him after three seasons at Thanda.
Wadabwa started his career at Mbawala Bushbucks before making a dream move to Silver where he developed to become a professional.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :