Last year, the Zimbabwe Warriors shot stopper was crowned the best at club level, but should have looked with envy as his Kaizer Chiefs counterpart, Itumeleng Khune, grabbed almost everything on offer in the league’s overall crowning ceremony. “This season I will be personally targeting the PSL awards. I know that if I can work extra hard at both training and during our games, nothing can stop me from being crowned the best in the PSL. I want to be the Goalkeeper and Player of the Season. I gained a lot of experience playing here last season and I have what it takes to achieve my dream,” said the goalkeeper who has previously starred for Highlanders and Dynamos back home.
He was however, not unmindful of the fact that he would have to be at his best for his club. “There are many other competitive goalkeepers at AmaTuks, but I will just keep on working hard. Our goalkeepers’ trainer, Tendai Tanyanyiwa, has also played a big role in shaping my game for this league.”