Polokwane City striker, Sphesihle Nzimande, has signed a two-year extension to his contract with the club.
The 22-year-old started 11 league games last season, coming on as a substitute on 12 occasions. It seems he has done enough for the club to extend his deal, although it is known that there were a couple of clubs interested in his services.
Nzimande’s agent, Mandla Mthembu, confirmed the latest developments to the Siya crew.
“Yes, he had one year left on his contract and we have added another two years. The environment at the club is suitable for him and the offer presented to us was good and he was excited about it. He decided the logical thing is to stay and ignore the interest coming from elsewhere,” said Mthembu.
Nzimande will be keen to start more games this coming season and help Boebie Solomons’ side achieve their ambitions, after surviving relegation by the skin of their teeth in their first PSL campaign.