After Persib Bandung's final game of the season against Sriwijaya FC Palembang on July 11, Singapore striker Noh Alam Shah will return to the S.League to his former club Tampines Rovers FC.
His contract with Persib only ends in September but 'Along' has sought permission from manager Umuh Muchtar to strengthen the S,League club from mid of July till November.
'Along' admitted that he has been in contact with Tampines since a month ago. He had previously played for Tampines Rovers from 2003-2007 and twice in a row led, one of the oldest clubs in Singapore, to the league titles in 2004 and 2005.
Along chose to be with the Stags, during the Indonesian league's pre-season but he is still committed, if Persib needs his services for next season.
"I will be there (Singapore) till November, that is my promised to my former club," said Noh Alam through his official Facebook page.
"I am also thankful to Pak Umuh as he had given me the opportunity to return to Persib if I am still needed by the club next season."
Umuh had granted 'Along' permission to return to his former club till November. Indonesian Super League 20011/12 will end mid of July and the new season will most probably only commence in January next year.
Although Along has had plans to return to his country, Umuh still hopes that the player, who has already scored 4 goals for Persib, continues to give his best for the final three league matches.
"Along is still needed," said the coach.
"God willing we will be reunited again. And in the final 3 matches Along has to give his very best to Persib.
"It does not mean that his performance can be average just because he is leaving us."