Zambia midfielder William Njobvu is looking forward to the big kickoff when his new Cypriot club Enosis visit champions APOEL.
Enosis travel to APOEL on September 2 in round one of the 2013/2014 campaign.
Njobvu, who has been overlooked for Zambia’s trip to Ghana, joined Enosis this season after a forgettable 2012/2013 campaign at Israeli club Hapoel Be’er Sheva.
This is after both parties agreed to part ways just one year into a three-year deal.
“It has been a good pre-season training. I think the team is ready and I am ready for it too,” Njobvu told MTNFootball.com.
“It’s a big game for the club, expecting some good football.
“I have really settled well in the team. It is up to me to me make a big impact at God’s time.”
The 26-year-old last game for Zambia was on March 24 when he came on as a late substitute in Chipolopolo’s 1-1 draw against Lesotho in a 2014 FIFA World Cup Group D qualifier in Maseru. Meanwhile, elsewhere in European action involving his compatriots, striker Emmanuel Mayuka will be hoping his debut goal in the League Cup on Tuesday for Southampton will see him on the trip to Norwich on Saturday.
In Holland, striker Jacob Mulenga’s FC Utrecht visits PEC Zwolle on Sunday while in Russia on the same date, midfielder Chisamba Lungu’s FC Ural will be home against Rubin Kazan.
Recalled Zambia striker Rodgers Kola will be hoping to end his draught on Saturday night at KAA Gent after three rounds of games played in the Belgium Pro League when they host Mons.