- Harambee Stars midfielder Victor Wanyama moved from a top league in the UK to Canada. He expressed his faith in his new club Montreal Impact as they await football season resumes.
The Kenyan international joined Montreal Impact on March 3 made his debut for the club during the CONCACAF Champions League fixture before the league was postponed due to coronavirus concerns.
Wanyama has a strong feeling that his new team will achieve great results in the MLS and gives a detailed reminder of the quality the squad possesses.
“I think we have a good young group, technically we have a lot of good players all over the pitch. It’s just a matter of time [before] we all click together and we can surprise many. With the quality we have and the plan the manager has for us, it’s just a matter of time that we master it very quickly and then we shock many,” Wanyama said.
The midfielder shared his experience and dismissed the rumor that he is struggling to fit in the club and showed his determination for the best.
“It was a tough period for me, joining a new club and then everything just went wrong with the pandemic hitting the world. It was really tough period, but I had to look at the positive side which was staying safe.” Wanyama expressed.
“I’ve nothing to prove,” he said. “I just want to try and help my team, try and give my best in every game I play and the rest we’ll see where we can be. I don’t have any pressure or anything. I just want to go out there and enjoy myself, play football, make sure I help my teammates, and do my job. In football, we cannot stop learning. We always learn and we have a young manager who had also a good career and is someone we can all learn from. That’s the advantage we have.” He added.