The striker who in December completed his third comeback to a Swedish club in a two-year deal with an option to extend it by a year wants to return in full and competitive action.
Bangura who recently recovered from a knee ligament injury before completing his AIK return has already been featured in the club’s three group matches in the Swedish Cup this year filling in as a substitute as he still seeks to be in a 100% shape for the new season.
“My body feels good and I enjoy playing but it takes match by match for me to get in better shape. I cannot tell you how many games I have left but I am 100 percent healthy, I just need some time to be ready for the new season. It feels good,” Bangura said.
The striker recently played 90 minutes and scored a goal when AIK defeat Orebro in the U21 series as he still works on his shape and fitness. But his performance has him on feeling food for the league start.
He said: “It's amazing. I cannot wait to start the season. Now I feel sad for just waiting and waiting for the league to commence. I just want the season to start now.”
The former FC Kallon striker has had a spell with Scotland giant, Celtic but failed to perform due to several knee injuries which kept him out of action for lengthy periods.
He was subsequently loaned by Celtic to Swedish clubs AIK in late 2012 and Elfsborg the following year before he was sold to Istanbul BB where he only managed to score a goal in eight matches before leaving the club.