Nicke Kabamba toasted his move to Havant & Waterlooville and insisted: It’s reignited the fire in my belly.
The striker signed a one-year deal at Westleigh Park on Thursday after being released by Pompey last month. Kabamba bolsters Lee Bradbury’s attacking options as his side prepare for their maiden National League campaign.
The 25-year-old endured a difficult 18 months at Fratton Park. He made just six appearances, failing to score, and spent the majority of last season on loan at Colchester and Aldershot.
However, it proved a valuable learning curve for the former Hampton & Richmond marksman. And he believes he can rediscover his goalscoring threat for the Hawks.
Kabamba said: “It’s been a good few days getting to know Lee Bradbury and getting the deal sorted. It’s given me peace of mind because I can now focus on my next chapter.
“My agent got in touch and there was some interest back. It was up to me, so I went away for a little bit to relax.
“When I came back it was the club I knew I needed to go for and I can help them in this league. “It was a bit of a no-brainer as it is a good club.”
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