New Zesco United coach Numba Mumamba says he has set his eyes on returning the Super League title.
Mumamba was appointed as Zesco coach two weeks ago, replacing George Lwandamina who parted ways with the Zambian club. The club immediately started the recruitment process and handed Numba the managerial post.
The new boss is confident he will bring the title back to the club after surrendering it last season to rivals Nkana.
"I am humbled to be given this chance to coach ZESCO United. The objective for me is to continue with the philosophy of the club which is about winning titles and playing competitive football," he told the club's official website.
"This is a big team that has been consistent in the last decade. I know the expectations are very high especially with the good work my predecessor did. It is important to pick up from there and take the team to the next level."
Mumamba has also been impressed by players' response in training after overseeing a weeklong pre-season camp in Mongu.
"The response has been excellent from everyone. They have shown commitment towards work which is a great thing that we expect from everyone."