Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa had his first training session with Kano Pillars following his move to the Nigeria Professional Football League(NPFL) side.
Musa joined his boyhood club for the remainder of the NPFL season after failing to secure a contract in Europe.
The forward was unveiled by Kano Pillars last week after completing his move.
The former Leicester City forward spent three years in the NPFL with Kano Pillars scoring 18 goals in 25 appearances.
Kano Pillars resumed training on Monday ahead of the restart of the second stanza of the 2020/2021 NPFL season.
The club shared a picture of Musa and his new teammates in the training.
The Sai Masu Gida side are jointly top of the the NPFL table with just goal difference separating them from Kwara United after 19 games.
The second stanza of the 2020/2021 NPFL season will resume April 28 and Kano Pillars will travel to Delta State to take on Warri Wolves.