After completing his loan spell at Oldham Athletic, the 26-year-old joined the Super White Army
English league-two Tranmere Rovers have confirmed the arrival of Emmanuel Dieseruvwe from Salford City.
After completing the loan spell at Chester and Oldham Athletic, the 26-year-old was sent to Prenton Park on a one-year deal.
There, he would hope to get regular playing time under manager Micky Mellon as the Super White Army promotion to League One.
The prospect in Nigeria, who has been linked with his new teammates since Monday, is excited to join Tranmere as he looks forward to helping them achieve their ambition.
“I am very pleased that the agreement has been reached. It has been happening for several weeks,” Dieseruvwe said. the club website in its first interview.
‘After talking to the management team, I thought it would fit well, and I’m ready to play games and to prove to myself and to everyone that I can not only play at a level, but also higher .
‘It’s a tough division, and a lot of teams are striving for promotion. Every game is competitive, so you need to play to your maximum and give 100% to the team.
‘The manager told me I’m the right fit for the team, and he trusts my abilities and gets good minutes, so I’m ready.
‘It’s a big football club and as soon as I heard of the interest, I jumped on it. It’s a club of this format and it’s very exciting to play for Tranmere Rovers.
‘I heard nothing but good things about Tranmere Rovers from everyone I spoke to. I’m ready for the challenge. ”
For manager Micky Mellon, he claims the great forward has the qualities to do the club good.
‘We are happy to have a player in the group with the qualities he has. “He is an attacker with a lot of physical activity, and he will compete at the end of the field,” said Mellon.
“He will be able to get the ball in his hands and allow us to play the type of football we want to play.
“He has the qualities to do really good for us. He’s still part of a group of players we want to put together and he will give us the opportunity to be successful this season. ”