BUSINESSMAN Nazeel Buksh has assured Rewa fans they would eventually get to the top in the domestic soccer competition.
The assurance follows his appointment as president of the Rewa Football Association (RFA) during the association's annual general meeting on Monday night.
Buksh, who served as the vice president for the past eight years, said he was ready for the challenge to lift the team to new heights during his three-year tenure. However, the director of Lokia Foodcity Supermarket said the fans needed to have patience and continue supporting the new administration as they began their process of bolstering the Delta Tigers side.
"Right now, getting the team together and putting the administration path in order are my prime focus," Buksh said.
"Once these things are sorted out then we will start our focus on strengthening the team."
Buksh said they have a good mix of experienced and young players to guide the team this season.
He said they had an excellent youth development program system through which eight players broke into the senior team.
Meanwhile, former interim president Nigel Khan said during his eight months in the office, RFA executives made some important changes to its structure.
"I know some decisions that were made during my time didn't go down well with players, teams and officials but at that particular time it was made for the betterment of RFA," Khan said.
"The support and response from the clubs had been tremendous and very encouraging and I must say this is a very positive sign for RFA and the incoming executives."