Former Mamelodi Sundowns striker Nyasha Mushekwi has revealed that he has much bigger and more expensive plans for CAPS United than the luxury bus he bought.
The Zimbabwean spent R1.8-million on a bus for his old team and got the branding done in South Africa as a gesture for what CAPS did for him earlier in his prolific career.
Speaking with media during his visit to Durban last week, the Zhejiang Greentown striker gave more details on that gesture and made an even bigger revelation about his future plans.
"I'm what I am today because of CAPS United. I felt there's a little something I can do for them to give back for what they've done not only to me but many players back home," Mushekwi said.
The 32-year-old says one day he love to own CAPS United as it is a dream for any Zimbabwean players who have had a chance to play for the team.
"Without a doubt, one day I will own CAPS United. It may not be now but one day it will happen," he declared.