Musasa has agreed to another one-year contract.
“This season we really have to make sure that we are promoted because that is what a team like Aces deserves. The club is ambitious and so we have to make sure that we take them up to the PSL and make everyone happy.
“I know that last season we did well by reaching the final of the Nedbank Cup, but this season winning the league is our priority.
“For my part all that I have to do is to score goals regularly. I know that last season I did score goals, but that counts for nothing because this is now a new season.
“I know that if I am working hard, God will provide me to score as many goals as possible,” says Musasa, who top scored for the club last season with 11 goals.
The former Kaizer Chiefs and Maritzburg United striker made his debut on Friday night in the 3-1 loss to Jomo Cosmos playing just the first half before being pulled out.
“The coach chose to take me out because I only recently started training with the team and I am not yet completely fit, although I am getting there.
“Also, since there are new players in the team I haven’t really gelled properly with them and I am also still learning how the coach wants me to fit into his system of play.
“But I am lucky in that though I was clubless I did train regularly in Pietermaritzburg. I think the work that I put in while I was without a club should help me catch up fast,” he says.
Prior to returning to Aces the 26-year-old attended trials at Israeli second tier league club Maccabi Herzliya, but didn’t sign for financial reasons.
Aces lost to Cosmos on Friday night but they remain among the pack of pace setters in the Inland Stream.