"Kasengu is our new Moussa N'daw. In addition to his good positioning and scoring abilities, he has shown a strong desire to give everything on the pitch," Wydad supporter Mohamed Lahda said.
The Congolese arrived at Wydad with expectations high of a position which has tormented the two-time African champions in recent times. The likes of Liberian William Jebbor, Nigerian trio Michael Babatunde, Chisom Chikatara and Gabriel Okechukwu as well as Argentine Alejandro Quintana, have fallen short of giving Wydad the missing spice in their attack.
"We were surprised to see him signing for Wydad because he was not a regular at his former in the Moroccan second-tier. However, in his first game he netted twice, and started scoring in both competitions (the Botola and the CAF Champions League). He is quick, effective and a good reader of games. Besides, he gives assists and helps his teammates score," Moroccan journalist Mohamed Amine Moutabar, who has followed the exploits of the Congolese told CAFOnline.com.