- Sierra Leone international John Kamara is hoping to ride on his resurgent form this season hoping to win silverware in Azerbaijan.
- Kamara, 30, has insisted that Keşla FK should be targeting silverware and not just the top three in the Topaz Premier League this season.
- The former Riga FC enforcer has been happy with his form for both club and country after he made two successive starts for Sierra Leone.
The 6ft 3 inches has played in all seven league matches this season as a defensive midfielder has helped the club with three wins, two draws securing 11 points standing in the second spot.
“So far this season, I’m pleased with the way I played every game for Keşla FK. As a team, we have been doing our best to stay in the top two, but I do not think that is enough,” Kamara told FSL News.
“Last season was my worst experience here, but this season we have done well. Targeting a silverware for this club must be a priority. I hope we can achieve something this season but will require a lot of effort from us.”
Kamara added: “I think I’m improving all the time. I only have to do one thing: work and try to be better every single day.”
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