Ghanaian forward Luis Agyeman is on trials at Zimbabwean side CAPS United as he looks to earn a contract with the club.
The striker, who is remembered for his stupendous strike against Kotoko for Hearts in the first leg of the CAF Confederations Cup final in 2005 is set to revive a career that has seen him roam around the continent.
Agyeman has played for several clubs on the continent including Tunisian giants Etoile Du Sahel and South African side Kaizer Chiefs.
The 34-year old's next destination is in Zimbabwe, where he has impressed on trials at CAPS united.
“From the three Ghanaian players, it is the striker Louis who has stood out. Chitembwe has been impressed by his intelligence in the box, accuracy and even pace. He (Chitembwe) believes he could be the right man to lead their attack. He is a complete striker,” a source close to the Caps said.
In Ghana the once defender turned striker featured for Hearts, Kotoko and Medeama SC.
His experience is likely to see him get a contract for the 2016 Zimbabwean Champions.