ANDY Rinomhota is determined to sit on a regular basis in the first Forestry Commission team following the impression of his recent league launch in England's 3-2 Championship football match over Bristol City recently.
BY DANIEL NHAKANSIO
The expected exhibition of a Zimbabwe midfielder named in England, was one of the highlights of a great victory for the headteacher under pressure, Paul Clement before going on to star 2-2 against Ipswich.
Born in Leeds, England, is probably a father of Zimbabwe and a British mother, Rinomhota is eager to pursue an international career with Zimbabwe.
He won a man-in-game performance against Bristol to take care of Lee fans as he went to John Swift's Royals team 12 minutes before the end.
"I was happy how she went and got three main points," said Rinomhota on the official Reading website after the game.
"I was really proud of performance and it was a shame that I can not finish the game, but tiredness is being installed.
"It was great to have my first league competition. I knew in training because of my name in the starting team. I was really fond of and I knew it was & # 39; I have to have an effect to keep my place. I hope that I have done that. "
Rinomhota has now made seven league appearances and a cup for Royals in each competition, has come to the senior squad by former head of Reading, Jaap Stam.
His increase was initially blocked by a serious injury, but since then he has forced his way back to Clement's first team plans.
Now, the future looks brilliant for the Leeds player midfielder, who joined the Reading Academy degree of AFC Portchester that was not a league in 2015.
"I was presented to the first team more than a season ago and I was part of the old manager," said Rinomhota, who appointed a new class three and a half months last December.
"Unfortunately, I got an injury that I gave back, but I'm still taking part again and I love to get my first league competition.
"Reading has always been a good club for bringing young people, with players like Liam Kelly and me. There is always a fight for places so I do not know if I will be playing every week, but I hope there will be many more appearances to come. "
He added: "I do not usually play in front of the number of fans, as my last season was for those under 23.
"They made me a nice reception when I was away so I can not thank them enough for that.
"The fans were high and supported us throughout the game. Players always fight with each other and there is good unity in the squad."
Clement told the youngsters against Bristol City saying: "I thought he played very well. He must be patient. He is professional and A great boy Every day he's really committed to learning and giving his best. He has a credit to the club, the Academy and his family. "
He continued: "I know when he came to his other appearances that he did not have any family there. They were short appearances, so he was surprised.
"But his mother and dad were there on Saturday and he had a nice cavalry when he went away who was deserving."
Rinomhota is one of a number of English players who are being followed by Zimbabwe as part of their initiative to take advantage of talent that comes from the diaspora community.
He was included in the temporary Warriors squad for the 2018 Cosafa Cup that took place in South Africa in June, but he was eventually omitted from the last squad because he is not yet & # 39 ; n acquire a Zimbabwe passport.
Warriors team manager, Wellington Mpandare, recently told The Sports Hub that Rinomhota had already expressed an interest to represent Zimbabwe and were still in the process of securing his passport.