The 23-year-old midfielder was happy to train with his new club in the Premier League and was determined to pursue his dreams.
Zambian international Ink Mepo has vowed to pursue his dreams after training for the first time with new clubs Brighton and Hove Albion.
The 23-year-old midfielder moved from Salzburg to the Premier League after agreeing to a four-year deal before the 2021/22 Premier League campaign, becoming the first signing for the window for manager Graham Potter.
Maypo has vowed to pursue his dreams and is ready to start the Premier League season after his first training session with Brighton.
“The first day at my new home,” Mepo wrote of himself Instagram page. “Living my dreams, can’t wait for the start of the Premier League and pursue my dreams.”
On Tuesday, Zambia Football Federation boss Andrew Camanga described the recent move by three Zambian players, England and Scotland, as breaking new ground for the country.
In addition to Maypo, Pattson Daka also signed for Leicester City in the Premier League, while Fashion Scala was signed by the Scottish Giants Rangers.
“Twenty-four hours is a long time in football, but a week can be even longer. However, it would be a gross injustice for us to exchange our football views without noting the admirable moves of our two Chippewa players, Enoch Miopo and Patisson Daka, in the Premier League, “Kamanga was quoted as saying by the Zambia FA. Official website.
“This is credible after the Scottish giants were signed to the Fashion Scala by the Glasgow Rangers. Dacca went to the English Premiership Champions Leicester in 2015-16, while Maypo is now in the books of Brighton and Hove Albion.”
“Their destination may not be the mecca of football, but our players have talked about the possibility of breaking new ground with hard work.
“Our last player to play in the English Premiership despite some success was Collins Messema, who signed for Portsmouth in 2005 and Emmanuel Mioka for Southampton in 2012. It did not happen, but it did reopen the door through which Fred had won.
The statement continued: “It has always been the wish of my superior administration to see the Zambians invest their trade in the top leagues in Europe. We have spent a lot of effort to improve grassroots football which we Understand the nursery of skills.
“Our junior teams at U15, 17, 20, and 23 have been reactivated to ensure that foreign leagues develop and regularly develop promising potential for potential exports. By providing a solid foundation. Only then will our players be adequately prepared for the rigors of international club football.
“Our recent exports to the English Premiership have made steady progress in the junior national ranks, where they also won the 2017 Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations on home soil.”