Hyderabad: Indian Super League (ISL) side Hyderabad FC on Wednesday announced the signing of young full-back Manoj Mohammad on a three-year deal, which will keep him with the club till the end of the 2024-25 season.
“I am really happy to sign for this club at this stage of my career,” said Manoj, after penning his contract.
“I can’t wait to get on the pitch and I promise to give my best in every training session and in every game,” he added.
A left-back by trait, Manoj is a complete full-back who is effective at both ends of the field. He has gathered loads of experience in the I-League, having started his career with the East Bengal academy as a kid.
He made 16 league appearances for the senior side before joining Mohammedan SC in 2020. He has since been a regular in the first team, and made 29 appearances for the club playing a crucial role in the 2nd place finish in the 2021-22 I-League campaign.
The 23-year old also registered a couple of assists in what was a consistently impressive campaign for the youngster. He was also part of the Mohammedan side that won the Calcutta Football League title after 40 years.