Harambee Stars skipper Victor Wanyama is hoping to hand Kenyan fans a win in their forthcoming International Friendly against Mozambique on Sunday 12th October.
Wanyama is making a comeback to the side after missing the last Stars match against Uganda that ended in a 1-1 draw due to injury. The 28-year-old will be returning to the pitch since last playing for Tottenham Hotspur in the Carabao Cup defeat against Colchester United.
Speaking in a pre-match press conference, Wanyama spoke on the preparations for the game, "I think we are ready, we had a good session and we are prepared for the game come tomorrow and hopefully we can get the result that we want."
With Lawrence Juma and Kenneth Muguna included in the squad, Wanyama is hoping that they could carry on their performance against Uganda, "We have a lot of new players, we saw what they did against Uganda here and they got another chance, they impressed and now it's another go for them, hopefully they'll give their best.
The skipper also aimed to reward Kenyan fans with a win against Mozambique, "It's football we want to win and hopefully come tomorrow we can give Kenyans what they deserve which is a win so hopefully tomorrow we will fight for that."