Former Kaizer Chiefs winger Junior Khanye believes that he’s ready for a PSL comeback.
The Daveyton-born player was last on the books of Swazi Premier League side Malanti Chiefs and, since his return to South Africa in May, he hasn’t found a club. But he believes his luck is about to change, as he has been talking to a couple of clubs, while also training to keep to fit.
In a chat with the Siya crew, the 28-year-old Khanye said, “I’m training with some boys who are from the Mamelodi Sundowns and Kaizer Chiefs development and I’m as fit as a fiddle. But I don’t want to play in the National First Division.
"I believe my confidence is at a good level and I can still offer a lot in the PSL. I went to Swaziland to take confidence and I’ve got it back. I’m speaking to two or three people and things look promising. In fact, I think I will be playing in the PSL next season.”
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