Zimbabwe’s Northern Region Division One side Chinhoyi Stars have vowed to stay in the second tier league.
Club chairman Adam Makwanya revealed that they are aiming for a top five finish.
‘’We want a top-five finish this year, gone are the days when we were always a relegation candidate.
‘’We do not belong in division two…considering our type of play we belong in division one and PSL as well,” he said.
Makwanya said the Pearson Matare coached side picked up valuable lessons during their last flirtation with Division One football.
‘’Last time when we were in NRSL we got relegates but learnt a few things. We have managed to correct our mistakes and things will be different this time around.
‘’As Chinhoyi Stars we are also promising our fans good football,” he said.