Kenyan International goalkeeper Arnold Origi played under his new and extended deal over the weekend when he featured for Norwegian club Lillestrom SK.

The new three year deal will keep him at the club until the end of 2018 season and shines new light onto the keeper’s career.

The keeper admitted after penning the deal with the club over the weekend that he had a choice to move away but opted to stick with Lillestroem since it is close to his heart.

“I have had other offers from Norwegian clubs which could have earned me a lot more money but here in Norway, there is only one club that’s true – it’s LSK and it’s one that I would like to be with for more years. It was an easy choice for me,” the Harambee Stars keeper told the club’s official portal after the exercise over the weekend, Saturday 24th October.

Origi has been in and out of the Stars squad in the recent past over various issues with Gor Mahia keeper Boniface Oluoch acting as a perfect replacement.

The former Tusker FC, Mathare United and FK Moss player has been included in the recently released squad by Bobby Williamson that will play in the FIFA World Cup Qualifier matches.

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