The defensive midfielder played for close to 90 minutes before being subbed off for Geoffrey Kataka in a 0-0 draw against The Flames on Tuesday. Okumbi says the player will definitely be considered in future assignments, but he definitely has to work harder to be a regular.
"Majid (Victor) had a good game alongside Otieno (Duncan), he was composed and made crucial interceptions and the most important thing was his work-rate. It is a good outing for him but he has to work harder and be consistent to be considered on a regular basis.
"It is a competitive world, and you have to consistently perform to keep your position in the team," he told Goal.
Okumbi is building a local side to take part in the upcoming Chan 2018 competition.