ZIMBABWEAN midfielder Tanaka Chinyahara has described his move to Zambian side, Forest Rangers, as a positive step in his career.
Chinyahara signed a two-year deal with Rangers yesterday.
He was in the books of another Zambian side, Red Arrows, where his contract expired in June.
The Warriors trialist helped Arrows finish in the top four and qualify for CAF interclub competitions.
In an interview with H-Metro Sport yesterday, Chinyahara said he has made the right move.
“Rangers participated in CAF Champions League last season and in as far as I am concerned, this is a positive step.
“They are big team in Zambia and I am really happy and grateful to be part of the team,” said Chinyahara.
Chinyahara is joining fellow Zimbabwean Thomas Chideu who has impressed since he joined Rangers last season.
He said though he is not new to the Zambian league, this will help him quickly adjust and hit the ground running.
“Now I am looking forward to the new challenge. I am someone who like new challenges, it is important to dream big.
“The good thing is I am not new to the Zambian league. I have been here for two seasons and again there is another Zimbabwean at the club and I am sure this will help me as well,” he said.
The 25-year-old, who had stints in Denmark, South Africa and Zimbabwe, is still dreaming of playing in top leagues in the world.
His good performance at his previous club saw him given a chance to prove himself at the Zimbabwe national team by coach Zdravko Logarusic.
He was part of the team that played to 0-0 draw against Malawi in an international friendly last year.