Kaizer Chiefs striker says he will be better when his Tanzanian loan expires

Zimbabwean striker Michelle Katsvairo is confident that will come back to Kaizer Chiefs a better player next season.

Chiefs have loaned Katsvairo to Tanzanian club Singida United for a year, with the player in good spirits after scoring in a friendly on the weekend.

“I have settled very well,” Katsvairo tells KickOff.com.

“The team has been good to me, especially the teammates. I am learning from them, they are also learning from me.

“All I wanted is game-time to get to the standard where I want. I am ready to work hard and go back to Kaizer Chiefs a better player than before. There is room for improvement and I am ready to work hard.”

The Warriors international says the level of football is decent in the East African nation.

“It’s not too bad as compared to South African football. I am impressed with what I have seen and am looking forward to enjoying my game here.”

Katsvairo initially joined Amakhosi from Chicken Inn in June 2016 along with Zambian Lewis Macha‚ who has since linked up with Baroka after his contract was terminated at Naturena.

Katsvairo scored once and provided two assists in nine league starts and three substitute appearances under Steve Komphela in 2016/17.

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