Nigeria International Junior Lokosa has completed his move to the Tanzanian giants Simba SC, Felele247.com.ng reports.
The former Kano Pillars forward signed the dotted line of six months loan contract with an option of renewal.
Lokosa, left Tunisia based Esperance de Tunis by mutual consent after managing six appearances with a goal.
By the midway point of the 2018 season, Lokosa had scored 14 goals in 15 matches. In May 2018, he went on trial with Bulgarian club Ludogorets, and he also had a trial at Norwegian club, Brann.
At the end of the season, he received the Eunisell Boot Award after his 19 goals placed him top of the NPFL scoring charts, earning him N3.8million (N200,000 for each goal).
The former Kano Pillars striker managed two goals in 11 appearances for Esperance but won the CAF Champions League and Tunisian league title with the club.
He topped the goal-scoring chart with 19 goals from 21 matches for Kano Pillars in 2017/18 Nigeria Professional Football League season and made his Super Eagles of Nigeria appearance against Congo Kinshasa in Asaba, Delta in a pre-World cup match.