Sredojevic left his situation as lead trainer of Pirates just before the club's MTN8 quarterfinal match with Highlands Park.
At that point, Pirates said the choice to permit Sredojevic to leave was one-sided and that it was the administration's choice to give the mentor the authorization to leave in the wake of refering to 'individual reasons'.
Presently, inquired as to why he left Pirates, Sredojevic was not able to share subtleties of his flight, however affirmed that club executive Dr Irvin Khoza has a deep understanding of why he surrendered.
Sredojevic further uncovered that his relationship with Khoza is as yet unblemished, saying he has as of now been with the Pirates supervisor a few times after his takeoff.
"It's been quite a while. Administrator Irvin Khoza knows it all. We have, even from that point onward, been in Cairo a few times since he's an individual from the CAF between club rivalries advisory group," said Sredojevic on SuperSport's PSL Now on Tuesday.
"We have an ideal relationship, and I would not return to that. Time has elapsed," he said.
'I DON'T HAVE TIME TO GO BACK' – SREDOJEVIC
While Sredojevic didn't win a solitary prize with Pirates during his two-year spell, the 52-year-old guide is as yet glad for the establishment he laid for his replacements.
What's more he would rather not burn through his time by delving into the past and exposing what provoked him to leave Pirates.
"We have placed a stamp throughout the entire existence of the club during that period following six years of not returning to the Champions League," proceeded.
"We assumed our part during that period. I'm glad to see that the interaction has proceeded; things are working out in a good way.
"Also in any capacity, I don't have the opportunity to return [to the genuine reasons I left Pirates]," added Sredojevic.
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