New AmaZulu FC midfielder Rally Bwalya has explained that joining the club is a great achievement for him as a player.
The Zambia international was snapped Usuthu from Tanzania side Simba as the KwaZulu-Natal giants reinforced their squad ahead of the 2022-23 season.
Bwalya, who helped Simba clinch the Tanzanian Premier League title, made it clear that he aims to help AmaZulu do well and that he wants to be recognised as a good player in the PSL.
“Joining AmaZulu is a good achievement for me because I have been watching AmaZulu for a long time,” Bwalya said.
“It is a club that is known, especially in my country Zambia, people love watching the PSL. So, I think it is a team that is not new to me, it is a team that I know and I think it is a great club.”
The 27-year-old revealed that he watched Usuthu matches last season with his compatriot Augustine Mulenga, who recently parted ways with the club, in action for the team.
“Last season [Augustine] Mulenga was playing for this team and I was able to watch the games,” the former Power Dynamos and Zanaco player continued.
“I just have to work hard and do my best to help the club go forward because as a player, you dream of playing well, achieving your goals and helping the club to do well in order to be recognised as a good player.”
AmaZulu’s new players are Bwalya, Veluyeke Zulu, Riaan Hanamub, Thendo Mukumela, Dumisani Zuma, Augustine Kwem, Ethan Brooks and Frank Mhango.