Cameroonian striker Njongo Priso will be playing for Mosta after a proposed transfer to Ermis Aradippou in Cyprus fell through.
Njongo Lobe Priso Doding started his career with Fovu Club Baham in Cameroon, moving to Malta in summer 2007 to join Msida St. Joseph. The following season, he joined Valletta where he spent two years before signing for AEK Larnaca in Cyprus on a one-year loan deal, led by former Valletta coach Ton Caanen. The following summer, he made his move a permanent one but mid-way through the season, he was transferred to CSKA Sofia in Bulgaria. In Bulgaria, Priso spent eighteen months. He went on to play for Petrolul Ploieşti in the Romanian second division and Győri ETO in Hungary.
Priso returned to Malta last summer to join Valletta but mid-way through the season was transferred to Sliema Wanderers.