Uganda’s Jean Sseninde has expressed delight over her move to English side Wakefield Trinity Ladies.
Sseninde will be aiming to return to the field after months out due to injury.
She wants to inspire Wakefield Trinity Ladies to the second division next season.
The defender explains how valuable it is to return to the field again.
“I agreed on a one-year with an option of another extension with the club,” she told Goal.
“My ambition now is to get back to playing next season and regaining full fitness after being out for almost a year with injuries and other commitments.
“Had a lot of injuries and needed to recover other commitments to help develop women’s football and administration work in the game which am still committed to and I will never put limits on what I can do and want all young girls to believe it’s all possible.
“For me now it’s to settle into getting back to a professional playing setting and also inspiring many young girls in Africa and around the world that you can be successful both in and off the field if you trust God, work hard, believe in yourself and stay committed.
”Never allow people to write you off or define you on what you want to achieve.”