Rwandan defender Abdul Rwatubyaye has said he is looking forward to excelling on his return to FC Shkupi from Rayon Sports. The Macedonian giants unveiled Rwatubyaye as their latest signing on Monday, February 12, after penning an 18-month deal that will keep him at the club until June 2025. During his unveiling, the Rwanda international vowed to go all out for the club and deliver even way better than he did during his first spell. It's great to be back here, it seems like I've never left because of the way I've been received by everyone, and I hope it's the same when I meet the fans, Rwatubyaye told the club's website. READ ALSO: Rwatubyaye goes AWOL amid Macedonia links I came here to continue where I left off, but to achieve it will require cooperation with my teammates. I will meet the fans and tell them that I love them very much and I hope that we will achieve our goals. Rwatubyaye previously spent one and half year at FC Shkupi from January 2021 to August 2022 where he played 33 games, scoring four goals and providing two assists. He left the club in June 2022 and rejoined Rayon Sports which he has been serving until February. He also played for Sporting Kansas as well as Colorado Rapids in United States.