DENMARK based Warriors left back who signed for Danish topflight league side Hobro IK about six months ago has dismissed word that he is contemplating retracing his footsteps to CAPS United amid media reports that it was tough for him in Europe.
A couple of media outlets on Wednesday said reports from Denmark suggestedA� the former Makepekepe player had failed to break into the first team since his switch to Danish side Hobro IK.
It was reported that he had been restricted to lowly cup games and was now reportedly considering returning home.
a�?Those are lies. These are only rumours. I only saw stories on social media. I am happy here. I have played a couple of games and sometimes I will be on the bench. Ia��m not in a hurry to play. My time will come because I have a lot of things to improve. Ita��s all different from African football,a�? said Pfumbidzai from his base in Denmark.
Pfumbidzai signed a one-year contract with the club in June and Hobro currently anchor the 12-team log table after 16 games.
While the playera��s agent, Mathew Rusike, could not be reached for comment sources close to Pfumbidzai were quoted as saying he could be back in Zimbabwe before Christmas.
A couple of months ago FC Platinum forward, Obrey Chirwa, who was also signed by Hobro IK returned to Zimbabwe citing disagreements on salary issues.A� The Zambian is now back at the platinum minersA� who had a stellar performance in the 2015 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League season under former Warriors midfielder and captain Norman Mapeza. buy viagra online without.