The 28-year-old who joined Kvik Halden for an undisclosed fee completed his medical on Monday before putting pen to paper that will see him spend the next season and half with the Norwergian outfit.
In an exclusive interview with Songhai Sports Network’s African Sports TV after the deal was struck, the delighted Suma said he was pleased with the contract and ready for the new challenge.
However, the winger who can also play left-back was quick to dismiss the fact that his move could be a springboard for another call-up to the Sierra Leone national team, Leone Stars.
“No, my move here is not about Leone Stars, I have been in Syrianska IF and was neither playing well over there so my coming to Norway will not change anything nor my playing so that I would be considered for a call-up. I just want to give my best for my new club,” the former FC Kallon winger said.
Kvik Halden move is Suma’s second spell in Norway after he played for FK Haugesund in the summer of 2008 for the rest of the season on loan from GAIS- one of Sweden’s oldest team.