Chipolopolo defender Isaac Shamujompa is defiant and staying put at Power Dynamos and that he will not return to Nchanga Rangers.

Shamujompa, who has 11 Zambia caps, is entangled in a controversial transfer that has seen five clubs all claiming interest in the Zambia defender.

FAZ Player Status committee last month ruled that Shamujompa is an Nchanga Rangers player after they bought him from his parent club Intersport on June 30 following an initial loan deal dating back to 2016.

However, Power too claimed they had reached a permanent deal with Shamujompa on July 5, 2017 from Intersport.

The case saw Shamujompa in limbo and out of action since July until FAZ issued a temporal clearance in September for him to feature for Power where he has played two competitive games so far.

“It feels good to be playing again after not playing for three months. I want to be playing for Power Dynamos and the issue will be resolved very soon,” Shamujompa said.

“There will be negotiations between Nchanga Rangers and Power Dynamos.”

His first game for Power was on September 30 in a 2-0 home win over Nakambala Leopards at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe and also featured in Saturdays 1-0 loss at the same venue in the Kitwe derby against Nkana.

Shamujompa is still training at Arthur Davies and is in line to feature again on Tuesday when Power visits Zesco United in a league game at a Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola.

Meanwhile, Kalulushi Modern Stars, who were the first club to get him from Intersport in 2014, and Buildcon, who claim to have bought him from Nchanga Rangers on June 28, 2017, are the other clubs in the transfer wrangle.