Tinotenda Nyanzira, Sports Reporter
Highlanders new signing Colin Mujuru says Highlanders have always his dream growing up.
The 21-year old signed a one-year deal with the Bulawayo giants after training with the club for almost a month.
“I feel grateful and I feel honoured to have joined a legendary team and my childhood dream team.
“It was always my dream to play for Highlanders so it’s a dream come true to join the club that I love so much,” said Mujuru.
Former Harare City defender also said he is ready for a big challenge at his new home.
“Joining a big a club at a young age it means that I’m also going to be part of the legends that have pass through this team and for generations to come.
“And if I continue working hard this team will put me on the map of football making my CV strong.
“I’m ready for the new big challenge and I will work hard and harder because demands are high at the club but every success is worked for,” he said.
The young fullback is enjoying pre- season campaign with his new club and highlighted that he is settling well.
“The pre- season training is okay and I’m really enjoying it, we are training well and I’m settling well in the team.
“This upcoming season I just to play and work hard and the other targets for now I can’t reveal them they are my secrets,” said Collin.
Mujuru also gave credit to his former team Harare City for believing in him when he was unknown in the topflight.
“I’m still their son and I don’t have anything against Harare City they are the ones who believed in me when I was unknown in the PSL so I respect them and wish them the best,” added Mujuru.
Meanwhile, former CAPS United shot- stopper Chris Mverechena also signed a one-year deal with Bosso.
“I’m happy and feeling good at the same time to have joined Highlanders and I’m ready for a new challenge with them.
“And I want to wish my former team all the best for the 2020 PSL season,” he said.