VETERAN gunslinger Evans Chikwaikwai says he is looking forward to revive his football career at newly promoted Premier Soccer League (PSL) side Buffalo Junior.
The striker played a crucial role at the Rusape-based side this season after joining the club during the second half of the term.
He joined the side from Division Two outfit Watermark in the same locality where he was tied to two roles as a player coach.
In an interview with sister paper NewsDay Sport Chikwaikwai (30) said he was eyeing another dance in the PSL in 2015.
“I am happy after helping my side to gain Premiership promotion. It was a tough race with Mutare City Rovers, but thank God we managed to beat them,” he said.
“When I joined Dongo Sawmills (Buffalo Junior) l was coaching Watermark in Division Two in Rusape, but l was a player coach at the side. I joined Dongo Sawmills during the second half of the season,” he said.
“Since their coach Mugurasave is a long-time admirer of my talent, he lured me at the side and l did not disappoint.
“I am promising football fans in Rusape next season that l will be committed to the club and this will be the time to revive my football career. And l am eager to learn football as l want to be a full-time coach after retiring from football,” he added.
Chikwaikwai has vast experience in playing football at the highest level in the country and is renowned for winning the Golden Boot award in 2008 at the now defunct PSL side Njube Sundowns.
He scored a remarkable 23 goals and he also played for PSL side Chicken Inn.