Musa Mohammed has extended his stay in the 15-time Kenya Premier League reigning champions Gor Mahia.
According the statement posted on club’s official portal on Tuesday, the soft spoken assistant skipper has penned down a new two year deal after a series of negotiations with the board.
The deal will see him continue plying his trade with the Green Army until 2018.
Confirming the development, his manager Charles Omondi Korea said the player and Gor Mahia came to an agreement over his contract and that the defender is happy at the turn of events.
Rumors had it Musa was opting out after his contract with the unbeaten champions expired at the end of 2015 season with offers from other clubs knocking.
However, the former FISA Academy player who was a cog at the heart of Gor Mahia defence that conceded only 12 goals last campaign, has shown loyalty to club’s faithful through the new deal.
Musa is currently the most capped player in Gor Mahia squad having hit a 200 land mark of matches last season.