EMMANUEL Jalai says he is proud to clock a century of games but his mission is to try and inspire Dynamos to their first league title in seven years.
The Glamour Boys last won the championship in 2014 when they completed their four-peat under Kalisto Pasuwa.
Their next match is a Castle Lager Premiership match against unpredictable Cranborne Bullets at Nyamhunga in Kariba on Saturday.
The lack of suitable football grounds in Harare means the Glamour Boys are always on the road when they are either at home or away.
That is the same case with the Hurricanes.
“It’s something that makes me happy (to clock the 100-cap mark),” said Jalai.
“To be recognised by the club, it is something that requires a lot of hard work.
“I know that to be a regular player is something that is not easy but I want to thank the coaches for trusting me.
“I want to do all I can to make sure that I earn my place in the team and I am ready to do what’s expected of me.
“I am looking forward to playing more games with my team and winning. And, also getting accolades, it’s all about hard work, I will work hard to achieve more success.
“It won’t be any easy I know.”
“The goal is always the same for me, to get as much game time as I can and to help my team achieve its targets.
“We are coming from a draw and we would like to pick all three points.
“We are working as a team, working towards getting the three points that we all want.
“We are trying to improve the team so that we could get a better performance in the next game.”