Snodia Mikiri, Sports Reporter
NGEZI Platinum Stars new signing Denver Mukamba says he is on a drive to revive his career.
Mukamba joined Ngezi last month to reunite with coach Rodwell Dhlakama, who gave him a lifeline while at Chapungu last year.
Mukamba said he is happy with his new home.
“I am happy to be here (at Ngezi). Everything is going on well so far.
“I want to settle and mend my career. Joining Ngezi is good for me, I have a lot to prove and this is a conducive environment for me,” said Mukamba.
The 2012 Soccer Star of the Year said he is happy to be re-uniting with Dhlakama whom he described as a coach, father, role model and a mentor.
He said the sky is the limit for him.
“Working with someone who knows and understands you is good. He knows me and that’s best for me and my career.
“I will try to repay those who never doubted my abilities by putting up good performances this season. By doing good I will also be mending my career in the process. I have a lot I need to pursue with my career and this is my season.
“Expect a bigger and better Mukamba. I have reformed and there is no going back. I have to send statement so that people know Mukamba is back for good,” he added.
Mukamba said he has settled and will not listen to criticism.
He is optimistic he will be amongst the best 2020 players.
Mukamba said Ngezi will win the championship in the upcoming season.
He said his introduction was the solution to the championship quest.
“When you are known like me, there will be a lot of expectations. I don’t want to give myself pressure. I will take each game as it comes and focus on delivering.
“Ngezi should worry no more, we will win the league this season. 2020 is ours. The team has good players and it will be a force to reckon.” Zvatauya kudai, Ngezi yatotora league. Tisu vanhu vema championships ka,” added Mukamba.