A South African junior international has opened up on reports of a return to the PSL.
Nhlakanipho Ntuli has been playing in Europe for most of his career and recently signed a two-and-a-half year contract with Slovakian second division side FC Kosice coached by former AmaZulu FC mentor Jozef Vukusic.
As teams work on bolstering their squads in the January transfer window, the name of Ntuli has been mentioned at some KZN teams but the Umlazi-born player says he is focusing on making sure he improves his game and helps his team get promotion.
"The plan is to stay in the same team this year, give 110% commitment to my career. Every year brings new challenges in our lives so that is why we need to be fully committed, so we can always give the best performances," Ntuli told the Siya crew.
"Of course, the main focus is to get promotion, so we taking every training session very seriously. We have a chance to go up and we have a new stadium so that is motivation."
Despite the former Orlando Pirates youngster not seeing his parents for four years, a return to the country is ruled out.
"I'm looking forward to go see my parents after 4 years, I’ve been away from South Africa but it not something I’m thinking about it now or that can make me return to the PSL.
"What matters, first is to focus on my job, fight for promotion, then I can visit my family but not to stay and play in the PSL."