Upon signing with Amakhosi last season from Chicken Inn, a huge sense of optimism surrounded the 27-year-old’s arrival – due to his exploits in the CAF Champions League and domestic league honours.
However, his dream move soon turned sour as his lack of impact with two goals in 14 appearances all campaign, culminated to his transfer-listing last month.
The news has not detered his ambition to leave a mark at Naturena, with his latest comments to the Sowetan signalling his intent.
“As far as I am concerned‚ I am still a Kaizer Chiefs player,” he said. “As a footballer‚ a lot of things are said about you.
“But you just have to stay strong and stand your ground. As I striker‚ I didn’t do my best at Chiefs.
“I am going to fight hard to play for that team again. I think that I deserve to be at Chiefs. I have to man up and fight for my place.”