Brian Mujati braced for 'emotional' Northampton Saints farewell
Northampton Saints forward Brian Mujati is braced for an emotional goodbye in his last game at Franklin's Gardens.
and will step out in a Saints home game for the final time in Saturday's Premiership clash against Sale.
"It's going to be special. I've been here a while and I've played a fair amount of games for this club.
"Hopefully it won't be too emotional," he told BBC Radio Northampton.
In his four years with Saints, Mujati has become a cult figure among fans, who refer to him as "Mooj".
The prop has amassed 106 appearances for Jim Mallinder's side, but has decided to take on a new challenge in Paris in the summer.
"It was probably a bigger decision than coming to England in the first place," he said.
"There's the aspect of learning a new language, I have three young children - so there's a lot more to consider in terms of moving to France.
"People have been very kind and welcoming to me here. I will be sad to leave. It's been a special time in my career."