Chipolopolo youngster Conlyde Luchanga has described his move to Israeli club Hapoel Ra’anana as a stepping stone to his professional career abroad.
Striker Luchanga on Wednesday joined Ra’anana on a one-year loan deal from FAZ Super Division side Lusaka Dynamos.
Luchanga said he was happy to have clinched his first professional deal outside Zambia.
“First of all I just want say thank you to the Almighty God for his mercies that endures forever,” he said.
“I am so happy but this is just the beginning of my career as a professional. I just want to work extra hard and reach my destination,” Luchanga said.
Defender Emmanuel Mbola, youngster Ngosa Sunzu and striker Rodgers Kola are the other Zambians playing at Ra’anana.