Golden Arrows striker, Bonginkosi Ntuli, says he has no problem staying at the club, despite huge interest in him from the bigger teams.
The burly marksman has scored four goals in all competitions for the struggling club, and Mamelodi Sundowns were reportedly very interested in signing him this current transfer window. However, Arrows have tied him down to a new deal and he will be keen to help the team move out of the relegation zone when league action resumes.
The Durban side has been woeful in front of goal so far this season, scoring 10 goals in 15 games, and have now signed Zambian striker, Festus Mbewe, to help Ntuli upfront.
Ntuli told the Siya crew, “Yes, I’m staying at the club, but I can’t tell you about the length of my contract, as I’m still waiting for my copy of the contract. Look, I have no stress about staying. A move would have been good, but it’s no problem. I’m looking forward to now helping the team avoid relegation. That’s what we all want here because we all love this team.”