Ugandan Professional footballer Dan Sserunkuma has denied intentions of departure from Tanzanian club Simba following rumours that the player was eyeing another opportunity elsewhere.

Reports claimed the striker is “unhappy at Simba and wants to quit citing discrimination and being pushed into using witchcraft by officials” with speculation arising that he could head back to former club Gor Mahia.

But the 22-year-old who moved on free transfer move to the Tanzanian giants responded to the rumours, insisting he is “happy” at the club and has no intentions of leaving for any other side.

“I am very happy at Simba, I do not want to quit Simba,” he wrote on his twitter page.

He further said: “I have never complained about discrimination at Simba. I have never been pushed into using witchcraft by officials as I do not believe in them.”

Sserunkuma was the highest goal scorer in the 2014 Kenya Premier league season with total of 16 goals scored while at Gor Mahia where he gained alot of support from the fans.

He was named the 2012 Kenya Premier League player of the year with 17 goals and several assists before causing a stir when he officially handed in a transfer request, expressing his desire to join Armenian Premier League club FC Banants.

Deputy Editor at Kawowo Sports. He is an aspiring Sport Psychologist.

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