Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder, Junior Khanye, is back in the country after finishing his short-term deal with Malanti Chiefs in the Swazi Premier League.
Khanye played alongside former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder, Benedict Vilakazi, at the Swazi side, with the two players having joined the side in January. They played under former Atlie FC coach, Kenny Ndlazi, at the club.
Vilakazi and Khanye contributed to the club’s impressive run in the league and the Swazi Bank Cup, where the team finished as runners-up to Mbabane Swallows in both competitions.
Having returned to South Africa, Khanye told the Siya crew that his aim is to return to the PSL next season.
“Everything went well in Swaziland. The chairman of the club (Dumisani Gumede) wants me to renew my contract. But my wish is to return home with a PSL club. I am talking to a few people about it.
“I believe that something will happen next season. In Swaziland, there are clubs that have showed interest. In addition, I am still welcome at my club. But I want another challenge,” said Khanye.