The highly-rated midfielder confirmed to The Herald that he had signed a two-and-a-half deal with the Mpumalanga-based outfit.
“I am very happy with the move because what I want is to play football and help my club achieve great things.
“It’s also great that Edmore Sibanda is here. I have been training with the club and the technical team was impressed so I decided to sign so that I create opportunities for myself,” said Chinyahara.
Chinyahara will link up with Warriors goalkeeper Edmore Sibanda, who has been on the club’s books for the last two seasons.
The 23-year old signed for Denmark’s Hobro IK as teenager in 2015 and played only one season in the top-flight before he was loaned out to second-tier side Jammerbugt FC from 2016.
Chinyahara has also previously tried his luck with Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns.
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