Talented Gor Mahia right-back Paul Ochuoga full of hopes ahead of the 2022/23 FKF Premier League season slated to kick off late August 27.

The former Lavington Secondary School alumnus believes Gor Mahia FC will reclaim their two years league title lost glory to Tusker.

K’Ogalo resumed began their training ahead of the new season on Monday at the Camp Toyoyo Grounds.

Despite losing the title to Tusker last season Gor were crowned the Mashujaa Cup Champions after thrashing their arch-rivals AFC Leopards in the penalties shootout at the Kasarani Stadium.

The 18-year-old full back who made his Gor Mahia senior debut April this year after academy youth duel has revealed that the players are motivated to reclaim the league title after mega-financial boost from their sponsor BetAfriq.

“We are going for the league crown in the new season. We are motivated even before the season kick off as the management has been checking on our welfare. We can’t afford to go for another season without lifting the league title,” he said via Mozzart Sport.

The sensational defender intends to make use of his fated Gor Mahia chance to impress European scouts and secure international move.

“I want to advantage of the platform provided with the club and showcase my talent out there. I think a full season will be enough for me to market myself. It is my prayer to have the league matches televised for the sake of our careers and fans,” he concluded.