Kamwendo has lost his starting berth to young Andile Jali and he either comes on as a second half substitute or does not play at all.
Talking to KickOff.com, the Malawian international says he will just keep on working hard.
“I am just as surprised as you as to why I am not playing. I know what
I am capable of doing and I can do it. You have seen even if I come in
the last 20 minutes what I do on the field. It is painful that I am not
playing or starting on the bench,” he said.
Kamwendo, however, was quick to add that it is all up to the coach to
decide who plays and that he will be happy if the team plays and wins
even without him.
“My only one problem is that I am a Malawian national team player and
if I don’t play at my club, I will be dropped from the national team," he lamented.
“The other thing is that my contract is coming to an end this season
and if I don’t play it will be tough on my side at the end,” he added.
The former Caps United player said he trains at 100 per cent all the time and is fully fit to play a full 90 minutes.