Former Ajax Cape Town winger Noah Sadaoui has signed a deal with Omani outfit Al-Khabourah.
After parting ways with Ajax last year, the Moroccan-born attacker jetted back to his hometown in America, where he plied his trade for a local club in Miami until Al-Khabourah discovered the player's services.
"I was training and playing with my club in America, Miami United. I was the only player who didn't accept a professional contract. If a team wanted me at a higher level, I could leave at any time," Sadaoui told the Siya crew.
"Seven days ago, I saw one of my old teammates. I spoke with him and he introduced me to his agent. I sent my videos and it was shockingly so quick. The next day, a team was interested and was looking at me for a trial. I flew out that day and the next day I played. I did pretty well.
"I won man of the match. I've been looking for a great opportunity for so long. After that game, I spoke with the club and they were very interested in signing me. We sat down and we made a deal.
"I want to score as many goals as possible. Last year they lost out on the final, hopefully this year with my help they can win it," the 22-year-old concluded.
The player, who was mentored by Ajax coach Roger De Sa, won the 2015 MTN8 competition with the Urban Warriors, scoring three goals in his last three games for the club.