Billiat was at his best in his first season with Chiefs where he scored 14 objectives across all rivalries yet his structure dunked in his second and third seasons.
What's more, that can be accused on the quality or a deficiency in that department in the Chiefs crew, at that point, combined with a progression of long haul wounds.
Notwithstanding, Billiat gives off an impression of being partaking in his football again at Chiefs, particularly after the appearance of Keagan Dolly toward the beginning of the time.
Baxter said he doesn't believe he's the ideal man to say if Billiat has improved basically in light of the fact that he didn't see him in real life for Chiefs throughout the last two seasons.
In Billiat's first season, Baxter was training Bafana before he took a holiday and later got back to instructing with Odisha FC of India.
What invigorates Baxter about Billiat is that he's vivacious and he's ready to cut resistance guards open with his runs into the container.
Baxter further conceded that Chiefs missed Billiat in the past game against TS Galaxy as he was serving a one-match boycott.
"I didn't see him in past seasons however as indicated by a many individuals who saw him in that time, he has made a resurgence and I think his exhibitions have been vivacious," Baxter the media.
"To separate a smaller guard you want individuals who are sharp and have that piece of additional strategy and speed. We truly do miss Khama and we have played him in somewhat of a bogus nine job and we can play him coming from the side," he said.
"Whichever job we play him, he generally looks exuberant and we are happy to see him back. One of the issues we have had is that we have had one of two of the front players missing simultaneously because of wounds and suspensions," added Baxter.
Billiat has, up to this point this season, scored seven objectives and enlisted eight aids 21 cutthroat games for Chiefs.
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