“I think having KG back from injury is good. He is going to give us an extra option in the midfield. We are thin in that department and with his injury we actually had to change our system that we play,” Larsen told Goal.
The midfielder returned to his first professional club at the start of this season and made a few telling performances in the eight appearances he has made so far.
Larsen is glad that despite his injury they managed to pick up a few good results along the way to maintain their top eight objective.
“In the process we managed to pick up one or two good results through the change of our system without KG in the team. So he has been working very hard," he added.
“He has been good at training this week and I think with the last nine games remaining, he is going to play a major role for us,” Larsen concluded.
The 32-year-old midfielder could get a run when they welcome Highlands Park to the Princess Magogo Stadium on Saturday.