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Amakhosi are not looking at the table at this stage. -Read more on what Khama Billiat said.

For the time being, the Amakhosi are not looking at the table. - Read more on what Khama Billiat said about his superb form.

Khama Billiat has opened up about his excellent form and emphasized that the Amakhosi are not looking to the table at this point in the game.

So far this season, the attacker has been involved in nine goals in 12 league matches, scoring four himself and assisting on another five.

He was on the bench for the 1-1 home tie with AmaZulu, but he came back to score two goals and provide an assist against Swallows on Saturday.

"I want to express my gratitude to God for providing this chance and for keeping us strong. You are aware that we are through a terrible period right now. Our prayers are with the Almighty, that he keeps us strong and that we continue to have this strong team," he told the club's press office.

"We have a good group, and I have complete faith in my players. Whether I play or not, we are confident in our ability to achieve success, and we work hard as we always do."

"I am pleased with the team's progress, and I am pleased that we are becoming stronger and stronger." We recognize the value of working together and the importance of obtaining the highest number of points possible."

Furthermore, Billiat emphasized that the Chiefs are not looking at the standings at the moment, despite the fact that they have climbed to second position following a recent run of five wins in their past seven games.

We're not staring at the table," he continued, adding that it's "not simple."

In the meantime, we want to concentrate on the things that our coaches want us to accomplish and on getting the fundamentals right, which will always help us achieve good results and performances, after which we will look at the table."

We shall remain focused and humble, and we will continue to put in our best effort on behalf of the team.

"We have the necessary professionalism. We used to have parties when we were younger, didn't we? We are now celebrating in a professional manner.

In my opinion, we don't need to be out there partying as if the league is over. "We have to maintain our focus."

After a two-week break, the Chiefs will return to play on Saturday when they take on Cape Town City at the FNB Stadium.



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