Macarthur FC's latest recruit Al Hassan Toure has an added incentive to find the back of the net this A-League season.
"Witnessing the bells last year at Campbelltown created such an atmosphere. Joining the club, my motivation is to score and hear them ring loud and proud," he said.
"I'm looking forward to joining my new teammates and getting straight into pre-season with focus on the competition starting next month."
After scoring on debut for Adelaide United in the FFA Cup in 2019, the 21-year-old has continued to impress scoring seven goals in 36 games for the Reds' senior men's team. He won the Mark Viduka Medal for best on ground in the 2019 FFA Cup final scoring the opening goal in the 4-0 win.
Toure played a big part in helping the Olyroos qualify for the Olympics, scoring a crucial goal against Syria in the quarter finals of the 2020 AFC under-23 Championships.
"I'm very excited to be joining Macarthur FC, the newest club in the competition," he said.
"I've spoken to Ante [coach Ante Milicic] about the style of football and the experience within the squad and I believe this can help take my football to the next level."
Milicic said Toure is a "talented player" who will strengthen the Bulls squad.
"I believe he can maximise his potential with consistent performances on the training pitch and match days, and I look forward to watching him grow," he said.
"I'm sure Al Hassan will settle in well with the playing group and get to know what the club is all about."
Toure joins the likes of Tomi Juric, Ulises Davila, Daniel De Silva and Craig Noone in the Bulls squad who have managed to lock-up several key members of their finals squad from last year.