Ngezi Platinum forward Michelle Katsvairo insists he is not a spent force tag saying injuries ruined the 2019 season.
He described the just ended season as his worst.
The nomadic striker, who joined Ngezi mid-season from South Africa’s Free State Stars, is yet to make an impact since arriving at Baobab.
He only featured two games for Ngezi.
“People have expectations and I failed dismally this season. It was one of my worst seasons, I did not do my best.
“I am not spent force; I am still the same Katsvairo. Just that this season I was injury prone. I was never fit.
“As an individual I am also worried about the time wasted and I will try to make an impact in the last remaining six months of my contract at Ngezi,” said Katsvairo.
The former Aces Academy and Black Mambas star said he will bounce back next season.
He signed for Tanzania’s Singida United in January 2018 before he later joined CAPS United June the same year.
He only lasted six months at CAPS United as he went on to join Free State Stars in January 2019 before dumping them for Ngezi in June.
He has defended his CAPS move saying it was because he had found a better offer not because he failed to make an impact.
“I left CAPS because I had a better offer, it was not because I had failed to make a mark there. As footballers it is always about going after the best offer on the table.
“The career hasn’t been rosy of late but soon you will see a different and a better me,” added the former Keizer Chiefs forward.
Katsvairo played for Gunners, FC Platinum and Chicken Inn among other teams.