Platinum Stars coach Roger De Sa is delighted to have managed to secure the signature of the youngster Zama Ramabuwane from SuperSport United.

Stars announced the news on their Twitter page on Friday morning.

De Sa believes the starlet will play a huge role to the club as they fighting to get out of the relegation zone.

“It’s great to have Zama,  we are happy to have him sign with us,  He gives us a bit of width. I think with Dox (Katlego Otladisa) out with that long term injury, we needed another player to play out wide. As young as Zama is, he has got a lot of experience.”

“He has played at SuperSport and he has played in Israel,  he has travelled Europe and has played for youth national teams. He is a big strong boy and I think he gives us supply to our strikers. He has a fighting spirit. He is here to learn and get better and I am sure he will,” says De Sa.

The 20 year-old joined Amatsatsatsa A Pitori back in 2015 where he did not find much of the game. He was then loaned to play for Hapoel Raanana in Israel before making his move to play for Ironi Nesher.

Dikwena will tonight (Friday) take on Ajax Cape Town at the Cape Town Stadium to try to get back to the winning ways following their 1-0 defeat to Cape Town City over the past weekend.

Stars is currently relegation-threatened sitting in the 14th place with 15 points in 16 matches played.