Former Orlando Pirates midfielder, Donald Mokondelela, has denied talks linking him with Polokwane City exit.
The former Bucs player, who joined Polokwane in August, is said to be on the list of players to leave the Limpopo outfit.
While indication from sources close to Rise and Shine is that the attacking midfielder could be on his way out, the 25-year-old says he has no knowledge about his possible departure from the club.
“Who told you that? There is no such. Even (Tuesday) I was in training (with the team). People mustn’t lie to you. I will let you know if there is something happening to me. All is well for now,” said Mokondelela.
Mokondelela has one substitute appearance to his name in Polokwane colours, which he made in the team’s fifth game of the season in September.
When asked why he hasn’t been playing or making it into the team’s 18-man matchdays squads, the former Baroka player says that injury has delayed his progress.
“It’s the injuries. I have been unfortunate with picking injuries in training,” concluded the midfielder.