Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Bruce Bvuma has responded to his most recent agreement extension with Amakhosi.
The 26-year-old is one of seven Chiefs players who were given new agreements on Deadline Day, close by Nkosingiphile Ngcobo, Sabelo Radebe, Happy Mashiane, Reeve Frosler, Keletso Sifama and Thabo Mokoena.
Bvuma, who is a foundation graduate at Naturena, is in his fifth season with the senior group and wrote an arrangement that will see him stay with the club until 2024.
"It's been a fantasy playing for Kaizer Chiefs and the way that the club confided in me to reestablish my agreement with them implies a great deal to me," he told the club's media group.
"It implies I will keep living my fantasy. I feel honored and I thank the all-powerful God for keeping me this long in this group and I simply trust I can continue to go ahead."
He additionally featured his confidence as a vital component behind his prosperity so far, which has seen him include for the two Chiefs and the South Africa public group during his juvenile profession.
"It must be by the finesse of God, since there isn't anything exceptional with regards to me," Bvuma added. "I simply continue to supplicate, I continue to work and avoiding inconvenience, and ensure I do the right things.
"Buckling down, going about my additional responsibilities and everything simply gets together. As I said, it's by the finesse of God, there's nothing extraordinary that keeps me at Chiefs and being called up to the public team..."
He is as of now one of four senior goalkeepers at Chiefs where he goes after the No. 1 spot close by Daniel Akpeyi, Itumeleng Khune and Brandon Petersen.
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