South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) have beefed up their squad with the signing of Nigerian centre forward Christain Obiozor
The towering striker has been on the books of Nigerian Professsional Football League (NPFL) giants Enyimba FC and has since secured a move to South Africa.
The Buccaneers announcement his signing on their official website as they prepared for the upcoming 2017/18 campaign.
A club statement read: “Orlando Pirates Football Club would like to confirm the signing of Christian Obiozor.
“22-year-old joins to bolster the Buccaneers frontline ahead of the start of the 2017/18 season.
“Obiozor who hails from Emene in Nigeria played for the likes of Kano Pillars and more recently, two-time CAF Champions League winners Enyimba.
“Standing at 1.9m tall, Obiozor is well built for his primary role as striker but is also capable of playing on the flanks.
“He was part of the Super Eagles team that finished third at the African Nations Championship held in South Africa in 2014.
“He scored the winning goal in the third-fourth playoff against Zimbabwe in the competition.”
Obiozor, who was linked with South African giants Mamelodi Sundowns, has joined his countrymen James Okwuosa and Emmanuel Daniel at Pirates.
However, Okwuosa is known to be on the radar of his former club, Chippa United, who have already confirmed that they want to re-sign him from Bucs.