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Billiat Opens Up on Chiefs Future

Kaizer Chiefs star Khama Billiat says he is glad to stay at the club past the finish of his present agreement.

Billiat, 31, joined Chiefs in a high-profile free exchange in 2018 after the expiry of his agreement with Mamelodi Sundowns where he arose as one of the most pursued abilities in African football.

With Masandawna, Billiat was a basic piece of Pitso Mosimane's prosperity as he won seven titles, including three association victors awards and the CAF Champions League.

His change to the Soweto goliaths was praised as the marquee appearance that could start the adjustment of fortunes for the club – however it's presently making a beeline for seven years without flatware.

In the course of the last two seasons the Zimbabwean – who is supposed to be one of the most generously compensated players in the association – created only five objectives and six aids 47 games across all contests which cast question over his future at the club.

Be that as it may, since Stuart Baxter's re-visitation of the club and the marking of Keagan Dolly, Billiat has seen a lifelong renaissance at Naturena, which sees Chiefs now in runner up in the association.

With four objectives and five aids 12 games, he's created 53% of all Amakhosi's objective inclusions in the momentum crusade and with his agreement set to lapse toward the finish of the 2021/22 season – he concedes he's glad to stay at the club.

"I simply need to partake in each second. I simply need to appreciate it. I realize we are growing up as players and time moves quick yet we simply need to ensure we're making the best decision, at this moment," he said in a new meeting with iDiski Times.

"We would rather not think back thinking twice about it, we won't say I ought to have done either, I simply need to dominate as many matches and appreciate and partake in my football [career] however much I can. The rest is consistently… I'm cheerful at Chiefs. I'm glad at Chiefs and I simply need to win stuff with Chiefs – this is the place where I should be."

In spite of the prize dry spell proceeding and awfulness of close to misses, from the 2019/20 last day of the association to last prepare's CAF Champions League last, Billiat says it's important for football and accepts achievement is around the bend for the current crew.

"You know, look… I accept everything occurs for an explanation, the time I've been here, God has needed us to go through specific circumstances for us to really feel great when we get flatware you know," Billiat clarified.

"The more we haven't been getting it, the more we accept, the more we worth and see the huge distinction when we will win it.

"We are experts, we accept each group goes through such stages and it incidentally turns out to be us now. We never drop our heads, we accept we will get something toward the end."

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