Former Flames Captain Joseph ‘Shakira’ Kamwendo says he is happy at his new club TP Mazembe which is one of the top African Clubs.
The former South Africa’s Orlando Pirates and Mozambican Malcumana player has so far featured in two league matches at Mazembe.
Kamwendo told a local newspaper on Thursday that he cherishes joining Mazembe which has greatest players and is looking forward to earn himself a first team place.
“I am settling down well. It just feels good to be part of the best team in Africa. I am enjoying every minute here I do not regret signing for them. Playing alongside big names like Tressor Mputu Mabi, Rainford Klaba and Stopilla Sunzu is a wonderful experience and am doing all I can to earn a place” Kamwendo said.
Kamwendo is expected to play his last game before returning home for Christmas holiday.
The 27-year-old Malawi international joined Mazembe this season from Mozambique after winning the Mozambican top flight league with Liga Deportivo Muçulmana.
Kamwendo was dumped by Orlando Pirates in 2011 and was loaned out to Vasco da Gama for a season before returning to Malawi.
He then went to Mozambique in search of greener pasture.
Kamwendo moved to Denmark in the 2005 season where he spent a season with Nordsjælland from Caps United. He left Denmark to land at South Africa’s Orlando Pirates where he spent four seasons from 2007.