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Katsvairo will not leave Kaizer Chiefs without a fight

1:36 PM GMT+4 10/07/2017
Mitchell Katsvairo
Katsvairo, who inspired Chicken Inn to the 2015 Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League (ZPSL) title, says as far as he's concerned‚ he's still a Chiefs player

Kaizer Chiefs forward Michelle Katsvairo is keen to prove himself to the club's technical team.

This is after the Zimbabwe international was made available on loan by Amakhosi last month.

Katsvairo, who made only nine PSL starts and scored one goal, failing to establish himself in his first season with the club.

“As far as I am concerned‚ I am still a Kaizer Chiefs player‚” Katsvairo told The Sowetan.

“As a footballer‚ a lot of things are said about you‚ you just have to stay strong and stand your ground. As I striker‚ I didn’t do my best at Chiefs," he said.

The 27-year-old midfielder-come-striker will return to Chiefs' headquarters in Naturena, Johannesburg having helped Zimbabwe clinch the 2017 Cosafa Cup in the North West Province on Sunday.

“I was still gelling in. I am going to go back to Naturena and work hard to play again," he continued.

“I want to remain at Chiefs because they are a big team and I have been dreaming of playing there‚” Katsvairo added..

“I am going to fight hard to play for that team again. I think that I deserve to be at Chiefs. I have to man up and fight for my place," he concluded.