Former WAFA forward Daniel Lomotey is excited after making his debut for ES Setif in the CAF Confederation Cup win against Enyimba FC on Sunday.
Lomotey, who joined the Algerian side earlier this year, finally made his bow as a 70th-minute substitute in ES Setif’s 3-0 victory over Nigerian giants on matchday 4 of the ongoing CAF second-tier club competition.
Lomotey was delighted to have finally worn the black and white of the Tunisian giants and is hopeful for more opportunities.
“Yeah, it was a good start for me, I enjoyed every time and I know as time goes on I will score more goals for El Setif as I used to do for WAFA.”
“Although this is my first competitive game for them I’m very optimistic of banging more goals for EL Setif,” the 21-year-old said.
“This, of course, is my first competitive game here, I’m very optimistic the goals will come soon, It’s like am trying to adjust to their system of play and I’m sure I will bang in goals in the subsequent matches,” he added.
“They will see goals in subsequent matches,” Lomotey said.