The Zimbabwean international said he is aware that people are expecting a lot from him and there are comparisons around between the players. However he says he is not comparable to Nengomasha.
“I think that wouldn’t really make sense to compare myself to Nengomasha since he is the one who introduced me to professional football. As a result up to this day I still look up to him and at times learn from him,” said Katsande.
Katsande said there has been pressure since arriving in the first team, but he is improving and learning new things every day. I wouldn’t like to put myself under pressure by trying to be great like him (Nengomasha),” he said.
The 27-year-old Zimbabwean said his mission is to get more game time at AmaKhosi and building himself as a brand as well by working hard.
“Things are going well. We stand a better chance of winning both the league and the Nedbank. I think it all lies ahead for us now. For me personally, I would love to continue working hard and also build my brand,” he said.
Since making his debut in top flight football for Ajax Cape Town before joining Kaizer Chiefs, his performances have been consistent.