As the generation of Willard Katsande, Tendai Ndoro and Nyasha Mushekwi gradually vacate the limelight, a new crop of Zimbabwean attackers looks primed to seize centre stage in the PSL.
Bidvest Wits forward Terence Dzvukamanja is one such emerging star.
The 24-year-old believes his best years are most certainly ahead of him as he diligently sets out to make a name for himself in South African football with the “Clever Boys”.
Having made his debut for Zimbabwe during the Cosafa tournament two years ago, Dzvukamanja says he is now fully focused on booking himself a ticket to Egypt for the Afcon.
The Warriors will kick-off the continental showpiece against the host nation on the 21st of June at the Cairo International Stadium.
Zimbabwe is no short of experience, flair and hunger.
Dzvukamanja is amongst the fourteen Zimbabwean internationals plying their trade in the PSL, something the tricky playmaker believes has contributed immensely to Zimbabwe’s fine performances.
The pint-sized attacker missed out on Zimbabwe’s last AFCON qualifier against Congo Brazzaville due to an injury but delivered a sound performance for Wits a week later in the Nedbank Cup quarterfinals against Chippa United netting a brace. -Report by Tumi Gabonamong