Bo Rangers goalkeeper Ibrahim Sesay has expressed huge delight at conceding only five goals in his team's 32-match unbeaten streak in the Sierra Leone Premier League.
The 19-year-old Sesay, who rose through the ranks of Hopanda Rovers in Rutile, Sierra Leone, in 2004, made his first top-flight appearance under former East End Tigers coach Musa Jalloh and Chairman Victor Lewis.
He has since gone on to represent Sierra Leone's senior men's national team, the Leone Stars, on several occasions, including the five-goal thriller against the Super Eagles of Nigeria last month in Liberia.
Sesay, who admires Inter Milan and Cameroon goalkeeper Andre Onana, said his dream is to play for a top European club one day.
"I am very happy with the team's unbeaten streak," Sesay said. "We have worked hard and it is paying off. I am also proud to have represented my country at the highest level."
Sesay added: "I admire Andre Onana a lot.
Bo Rangers are currently top of the Sierra Leone Premier League table with 76 points and are awaiting coronation soon enough.