Newly crowned Chibuku Super Cup kings Harare City have wasted no time in confirming their participation in the Confederation Cup next year and have vowed to do better than in their maiden appearance in the continental tourney.
The Sunshine Boys became the first team to win the prestigious knock-out competition twice since it returned on the domestic football radar in 2014 having won it before in 2015.
Harare City however, had a baptism of fire on their maiden dance with the CAF second tier inter-club competition after failing to go beyond the first round.
But club chairman Alois Masepe has vowed that his side will make a difference when they return to the competition next year.
Masepe, speaking after beating How Mine 3-1 in the 2017 final at Rufaro on Saturday, said they were eager to use the lessons they learnt last year.
Source ; The Herald