The Cops are in a rebuilding process, with the club management stating they will strive to keep their best players.
In addition, they are in the process of signing experienced ones as they target silverware ahead of the 2020/2021 season.
The attacking midfielder, who can also play as forward, joined Police from lower division side Kibuli FC.
But has now agreed to open an extension that will see him stay with the ‘Cops’ until the end of 2022.
“Johnson Odong has extended his stay with us for the next two years. Thank you for your loyalty,” Police have confirmed the news on their social media pages.
Good news for Police FC
Odong’s decision to extend his stay will become as good news for Police coach Abdallah Mubiru.
Three days ago, the soft-spoken tactician managed to convince another midfielder Yusuf Sozzi to extend his stay at the club for the next two seasons.
Police FC targets trophies
In a recent interview, the club chairman Asan Kasingye revealed it was time they turned into big boys on the local scene and start winning trophies.
“We no longer just want to compete; we need to win trophies,” Kasingye told reporters after unveiling Tony Mawejje.
We are former champions and its time to think big.”
“Football is a big enterprise in the world that doesn’t entertain mediocrity. We need to do the right thing like other clubs,” he added.
Kasingye added it was the right time for the team to secure sponsors because Police are a big organisation and many people want to be part of it.
The chairman also revealed the club will do what they can to retain most of their players to build a strong side ahead of the new season.