Price was one of the so-called rebels who left Zimbabwe in 2004 after becoming disillusioned with the way cricket was being run in the country.
He signed for Worcestershire in August 2004, in an effort to resume his career and keep playing cricket.
The left arm spinner was just beginning to make his mark as an international cricketer when the problems in Zimbabwe surfaced.
He had a very successful season in 2003/4 when he played series against Australia, West Indies and Bangladesh.
In a below-par team performance in Australia, Price shone with the ball, taking 6 for 121 in the second Test at Sydney.
He followed this up with sterling figures against the West Indies, with match hauls of 10 for 161 in the first Test and 9 for 235 in the second.
He is also a steady low order batsman who has a tight defensive technique and has been known to lend great support to the more established batsmen in his side.
He made a top score of 76 not out for Worcestershire against Lancashire in 2004.
He was unable to continue this form into the 2005 season, but he did end the year with 30 first class wickets.
A return to the Zimbabwe ranks is looking unlikely and he has stated that he hopes to qualify to play for England.