Tusker goalkeeper Emery Mvuyekure says he is delighted to return from injury.
Emery picked up a shoulder injury while on international duty with the Rwanda team but worked head to make a return, reclaiming his spot in the starting XI. Since his return, he has kept two back-to-back clean sheets as the Breweries beat AFC Leopards 2-0 before a goalless draw with Mathare United.
"I really feel delighted to have come back and done well in two games. The period out was very difficult as is for any player who misses matches due to injury. But I kept my patience and worked hard in training when I returned," Mvuyekure told the club's official website.
"Even when I was injured, I was still coming to training daily and following up with matches just to make sure that I am close to the team and do not feel away. This helped me when I came back because I understood how the team has been playing and what I needed to do."
"Now we have some heavy tasks coming up with the next seven matches and our target is to ensure we fight for maximum points in every game because we want to battle for the title," he added.
Tusker remain at the top of the table with 55 points, one above second-placed KCB.