ABSA Premiership side Golden Arrows have signed Zimbabwe international striker Knox Mutizwa on a permanent deal from Bidvest for an undisclosed fee, following a season loan move.

Mutizwa had re-joined the Arrows for another loan spell but the two clubs finally agreed on a permanent move following the 25-year-old’s decent performances during the season, which saw him bag five goals and one assist in 19 league appearances.

The move reunites the former Highlanders gunman with fellow compatriots Kuda Mahachi and Danny Phiri.

An elated Mutizwa spoke to KickOff.com promising to repay Arrows’ faith in him with good perfomances.

“I’m so happy that they [Arrows] managed to make me a permanent player and I want to repay them and I want to do my best,” Mutizwa tells KickOff.com.

“At Wits it was tough and I was coming from Zimbabwe, I didn’t know anything about South Africa but I must say I learnt something there [Wits] and I went to Arrows and it is one of those things.” He added