I want to be a Pirates legend: Dzvukamanja
WARRIORS forward Terrence Dzvukamanja hopes to be a big hit at Orlando Pirates after sealing his move to the Soweto giants last weekend following the demise of his former club Bidvest Wits.
The likes of Innocent Chikoya, Edelbert Dinha and Gilbert Mushangazhike all turned themselves into household names when they played for the Sea Robbers.
The likes of Zvenyika Makonese, Tendai Ndoro, Takesure Chinyama, Kuda Mahachi and Ralph Matema all struggled with their game at Mayfair.
And he is fully aware a good campaign with the Ghost will probably open doors for him to play in Europe.
“This is what drives all players to better themselves day by day.
“For me its two-fold, it’s about scoring goals — hopefully double figures and also about increasing my number of assists for the season. I think as an attacking player these are two areas that matter the most.“I don’t want to see myself as somebody who came to Orlando Pirates just to add numbers. I have come here to work, and this is what I hope to prove with my performances. I want to make a difference here and if all goes well, hopefully I can achieve another goal of mine which is to play in Europe,” Dzvukamanja told the club’s website.
“It’s not like there is a switch that I turn on and off depending on the team I play against. No, it’s not like that.
“I use the same mentality for all games but maybe the difference between the so-called big and small teams comes from the way the teams set up in terms of structure tactically.