Curtworth Masango, Sports Reporter
DYNAMOS midfielder Trevor Mavhunga says his solid performances on the pitch are an all-time tribute to the fans.
The midfielder has been part of the shield to the Dynamos defence which has so far conceded a single goal in the Chibuku Super Cup.
“I am very happy to be part of the team and putting up solid performances. This team is a big team and performing under its badges it’s a dream for many others and I am simply living it.”
“I’ve come in and settled well. The whole team was welcoming and I had no challenges with that. I’ve also give a listening ear to everyone who comes with advice whether junior or senior. I always try to capture the message of my coaches.”
“Dealing with pressure is always an issue from the first day when playing for Dynamos. The expectation is very high both from the coaches and the fans. Only putting decent performance can save the day. Wearing the blue jersey is an honour and the fans deserves results,” he said.
“Our fans play an important role despite them being absent from the matches. They have an important position in the history of the club and to keep that culture going we have to give them the best results.
“We will be facing Harare City on Saturday. I will take the game as it comes and like always I aim to win,” said.