Players move for greener pastures they say, for Ugandan left-back Alex Kakuba the constant movement from one club to another has no effect on him as long as he is happy there.
The 27-year-old announced that he had joined Armenian outfit Lori FC via his personal Facebook page.
He accompanied the post with a picture of him holding his new club shirt with the number 3 at the back.
“I left PAS Gianna because I wasn’t happy there, I know what am looking for exactly and when am not happy and an opportunity presents itself I don’t think twice,” Kakuba said while speaking exclusively with www.football-256.com.
The bigger motivation for the lanky left back is playing Champions League football next season and a Cranes call up some day.
“I am looking forward to winning the league here with Lori FC and playing in the champions league next season.”
“I am also still hopeful that one day I will be summoned and given a chance to play for the Cranes” Kakuba added.
Kakuba who has previously featured for Greek top flight outfit PAS Gianna FC has spent most of his career in Portugal with lower division clubs like C.F Esperance De Lagos, S.C Covilha and C.D Feirense.
Football-256 can exclusively confirm that Kakuba penned a two-year deal at his new club.
Lori FC plays in the top flight of the Armenian football league having gained promotion at the end of last season.
The Vandazor based club was founded in 1983 although it went defunct in 2002 before it was revived in 2017.
Kakuba has featured for the Uganda Cranes before although he has fallen down the pecking order with players like Godfrey Walusimbi and Joseph Ochaya selected ahead of him.