The 22-year-old will be deputised by goalkeeper Mathias Muwanga
Express FC's new captain Enock Walusimbi says he is ready to lift the six-time league champions who last won silverware in 2012, back to winning ways.
"I know the armband and badge come with a lot of expectations especially from the fans but I'd like to confirm that I along with my teammates are ready for the challenge and we are positive we shall bring back the club's past glory," he stated.
The composed central defender who joined Express on a two-year deal in the transfer window from Solito Bright Stars FC is ready to repay the faith by the club to make him the skipper.
"I got to know just before my afternoon training session on Tuesday. It's an honour and privilege to lead this historic club and I'll repay the faith entrusted in me," Walusimbi added.
The 22-year-old will be deputised by goalkeeper Mathias Muwanga and youngster Desmond Kaneene.
Walusimbi has worn the armband at most of his previous clubs with Bright Stars being his last outing where he featured for three seasons leading them to the 2019 Uganda Cup finals which they lost to Proline FC on penalties.