Mighty Wanderers FC left-winger Gerald Phiri Jnr has said he is happy with the set-up at Zimbabwean side Caps United where he is attending trials and wishes to sign for them.
Phiri has been training with Caps for a week and his trials are set to end this weekend.
Caps United have not commented anything on the progress of the trials while Wanderers also say they are waiting to hear from their counterparts.
But the player said in an interview on Tuesday that he believes he has done enough to earn a contract at the club.
“I am impressed with my performance and the coach also likes me, but I am just waiting for the outcome of the trials,” said Phiri.
He said the team is professional and has top structures which are non-existent in Malawi.
Flames captain Joseph Kamwendo has encouraged Phiri to work hard and play for the team which he said has good connections with Europe.
Kamwendo played at Caps for a season in 2005 where he shone after winning the Zimbabwe player of the season award.