Zesco United’s Ghanaian trialists Mohammed Shamsu and Diego Duah have said they will do their best to impress coach of the Zambian side George Lwandamina.
The Ghanaian youngsters arrived in Ndola on Sunday for a month-long trial with the three-time Zambian champions.
"Since the day we came, I have enjoyed Zambia. Training is good everything is about determination and I am hoping to break into the Zambian Super League," the 18-year-old Shamsu, who plays as a striker, told AfricanFootball.com.
And midfielder Duah,21 said he was impressed with Zesco especially after watching them for the first time on Wednesday in their 1-0 away win over defending champions Nkana.
"The first time that I came to training I could see that Zesco are strong mentally and psychically and the win over Nkana is testament to that," Duah told AfricanFootball.com.
"I hope my trials will be successful. We have trained two times and so far and the coaches are happy and we hope to just do better."