NYASHA Chintuli, who struggled at Dynamos, says his move to a fresh challenge could help revive his game which stalled at the Glamour Boys.
He started his new adventure with a bang at his new Eswatini top-flight side, Nsingizini Hotspurs, on Sunday.
He said it was a dream come true after his hat-trick powered his side to a 3-1 win over Royal Leopard.
Hotspurs also unveiled former Ngezi Platinum juniors mentor, Alexio Sigion, as their new head coach and took charge of the club for the first time.
“I guess it is every striker’s dream to score as many goals as possible. Scoring a hat-trick on debut was incredible for me and I am happy with that,” said Chintuli.
“I am looking forward to continuing scoring goals and helping the club achieve its goals.
“I am thankful to all the people who have supported me and I want to make them proud.
“So, I will continue working hard on and off the pitch for me to achieve team and club goals as I need to be consistent in my performances.”
“The move here is meant to revive myself and my career at large.
“In the past few months, things didn’t go as well as I would have wanted.
“My game lacked goals and being at a club like Dynamos, where the expectations are high from everyone around the club, I believe moving to another environment was key to revive my game.”