Ndlovu, who is a subject of a R15-million transfer between Yehuda and Haifa, says the Bnei fans are hopping mad.
"I don't know what's the reaction of the Haifa fans, but as for our own fans they don't want me to go," says the 22-year-old.
"Some are saying if I go they wish this and that, but I know it is the way fans react when they lose someone important within the club," he states.
The former Mamelodi Sundowns and Bloemfontein Celtic striker, who just a season ago was a free agent, says he is not surprised Haifa came knocking.
"It is good for me because I can see that the hard work I put in the field is finally paying off," he says. "I'm not surprised about all this ... I knew a big club will come for me," he continues.
Ndlovu's agent Walter Mokoena is expected in Tel Aviv today to wrap up the deal, but the player says the deal is as good as done.
"I think the deal is concluded from what I have been reading on the Internet here in Israel. The only thing my team [Bnei] has asked for is that I play two games in the Europa qualifiers and then I can leave," he says.
However, Haifa are apparently not keen on the idea of Ndlovu playing in Bnei's Europa qualifiers as they want to take the player with them to camp in Austria.
Bnei will play a team Shirak from Armenia on July 19 with the return leg set for July 26.
However, Ndlovu may be in Maccabi Haifa's books by then depending on negotiations between the two clubs.