Zesco confirmed the development on their website on Thursday.
The dreadlocked Kamusoko (33), expressed gratitude to Zesco for giving him the platform that earned him the Warriors call-up, once more. He said:
This is a fantastic football club that has helped me excel as a player. The environment is great, we work as a team which I feel is crucial for any footballer to grow and develop on and off the pitch.
Zesco United is a big football club in Africa. Playing for this team has seen me earn more international call-ups. I will work hard to repay the club and fans for this opportunity.
Zesco technical chairman Peter Mutale said they were glad to have Kamusoko on board as he has been key to Zesco’s reawakening since joining the club in 2019. He said:
We are extremely delighted to secure Kamusoko’s services for another year. He is an excellent player and a very professional man to work with.
He (Kamusoko) has contributed a lot to the success of the team by scoring important goals for the club. His leadership skills on and off the pitch have also proved vital to most of our young players who are trying to find their feet at the club.
Zesco are on top of the log-standings, eyeing the 2020/2021 FAZ/MTN Super League title and Kamusoko has scored four of their 34 goals in 23 matches.
Kamusoko has also played for the now-defunct Njube Sundowns from 2007-8, Underhill, Dynamos, FC Platinum and Young Africans in Tanzania.