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PSL transfer news: Hotto wants Arrows stay amid Pirates, SuperSport rumours

Posted: 1 June 2015 Time: 10:59

Golden Arrows attacker Deon Hotto says he wants to stay at the club next season amid rumours Orlando Pirates and SuperSport United are monitoring his progress.

Hotto's profile has risen after he starred in Namibia's Cosafa Cup triumph on the weekend.

The Brave Warriors beat Mozambique 2-0 in the Final, with Hotto bagging a brace at Moruleng Stadium on Saturday.

Hotto was the joint-top scorer at the event with four goals alongside compatriot Benson Shilongo.

"My manager has not called me to tell me about this [rumours]," Hotto tells

"I want to stay with Arrows next season. If I move it must be going overseas and not for a local club."

Hotto went on to credit his training at Abafana Bes'thende for helping him impress at the regional competition.

"It's all because of the kind of training we had at Arrows. I came to the Cosafa tournament very fit," Hotto says.

Hotto was naturally thrilled his country won the trophy for the first time.

"I still cant believe it. It's like a dream.

"This is a big achievement for Namibia. I can't remember when we won or played in a cup final... I think it was in 1998.

"Eish the feeling is unbelievable my brother. I want to thank the people of Namibia for the support and the Ministry of Sport for organising transport for our fans to travel South Africa to support us. Their support gave us the boost and the morale."

He adds: "We can't wait to go back home to celebrate our victory with our people in Namibia. However, it's no rest for us as players. We are going to remain in camp preparing for the next Africa Cup of Nations game against Niger."

Article by: Ernest Fakude
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