Recent overseas media reports suggested that Shabba was on his way to the Toffees to replace his Bafana Bafana team-mate Steven Pienaar who is reported to be on his way to join Tottenham Hotspur next season. Speaking to KickOff.com, Motaung termed the media report linking the midfielder to England as a 'joke'. "The boy scores a goal during the World Cup and all of sudden he is going overseas. After six months, he scores against Orlando Pirates and now he is going to Everton. This is a joke made up by some journalists and it is unfair to the player." Tshabalala is set to return back to Chiefs when Amakhosi travel to Limpopo to play Bidvest Wits in their League game at the Peter Mokaba Stadium on Saturday. _quote Tshabalala missed his club's last game against Free State Stars as his mother passed away recently. Amakhosi supporters in Limpopo are already excited about prospect of seeing their favourite team in action in the province for second time this season. Chiefs played Santos in the Telkom Knockout Cup semi-final at the Peter Mokaba Stadium last month and emerged winners. Amakhosi fan Machaka Masilo from Botlokwa in Polokwane said they are already gearing up for the Phefeni Glamour Boys arrival in their own town on Saturday. "We showed against Santos that people in Limpopo are hungry for more PSL action in the province and we are very excited that Chiefs have rewarded us with another game."