Reuben Ogbonnaya has completed a move to Niger Tornadoes after signing a three-year contract on Wednesday.
The Ikon Allah Boys snapped up the former Kano Pillars defender on a free deal. And he was involved in the side's training on Thursday.
Ogbonnaya revealed he had other options but decided to move to Tornadoes because of their ambitions and determination.
"It's yet another day that I want to give thanks to God for this opportunity. I am happy to have joined Niger Tornadoes and I want do my best to help the club achieve its set target," Ogbonnaya told Goal.
"Niger Tornadoes is an ambitious club and those vital information about the club's target this season, the vision and mission statement were boldly written and expressed which Is impressive.
"There were some options for me to pick from but I felt I had the qualities that aligned with the focus and drive at Tornadoes and didn't think twice to sign for them.
"Now I've resumed training on Thursday morning and work has began. I will work hard to help my team to greatness," he concluded.