Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia have re-signed midfielder Kenneth Muguna on a three-year deal.
The attacking midfielder returns to the club ten months after he departed for Albanian side FK Tirana.
He terminated his contract with Tirana in June and has been back in his homeland since, and was unveiled by Gor on Wednesday.
"Midfielder Kenneth Muguna has today signed a three-year deal with Gor Mahia," read a statement on K'Ogalo's website.
"Muguna is making a return to the league champions after he moved to Tirana of Albania last year.
"Muguna, voted the league's MVP in 2016, first joined Gor Mahia from Western Stima in 2017 and played a crucial role as he helped Gor Mania reclaim the league title from Tusker FC that year, scoring three league goals in the process."
He becomes Gor's second signing after Uganda defender Shafik Batambuze, who joined the club on a two-year deal earlier this week.