Striker Anwar Ntege has left Ndejje University for Uganda Revenue Authority FC.
The former Kireka and JInja Municipal marksman spent three seasons at the University side as he played and underwent a degree course.
He helped the club to promotion to the Uganda Premier League last season but failed to help it remain.
The 24-year-old scored eight goals and registered a number of assists for the club during their debut season but was not much to help them avoid the chop.
During his unveiling on Friday at the tax collectors headquarters in Nakawa, the excited youngster admitted to a new challenge as he looks forward to a healthy competition and growth that will propel him to the national team ranks.
“It feels so good to sign for a top club like URA Football Club. It is a challenge for me but I need challenges in my life to better my career. URA FC has good players like Shafik Kagimu and many others who I can’t wait to play with,” Ntege noted.
He added: ““I want to be the top scorer in the Star Times Uganda Premier League and to also feature in the National team and URA FC has the platform to help me archive that.”