Black Leopards ace Siphelele Ntshangase dreams of donning Kaizer Chiefs jersey
Posted: 25 July 2017 Time: 12:41
Black Leopards midfielder Siphelele Ntshangase has confessed his love for Kaizer Chiefs but would content himself with a move to any top flight outfit.
Ntshangase has never been short of suitors but with a year still remaining on his contract at Lidoda Duvha he remains committed to the Venda-based side.
The 24-year-old has been linked with both Chippa United and Baroka FC during the off-season but an approach is yet to be made and Ntshangase has already joined back up with his teammates as they prepare for another season in the second tier.
"No one has approached me and my manager has not told me anything," Ntshangase tells KickOff.com.
"I am back at Leopards for pre-season and my focus at the moment is to play in National First Division."
As an ardent Amakhosi supporter, the Kwazulu-Natal-born playmaker says donning the gold an black would help him fulfill a lifelong dream.
Despite his allegiances he does admits he would happily play for any other team in the Absa Premiership that may want him.
"Like any other youngster I grew up supporting Chiefs. It was my dream to play for them one day," says Ntshangase.
"But that doesn't mean I don't support other clubs. Like any youngster you always have that team that you support and I am no exception.
"I would not mind playing for any team but as I said I still belong to Black Leopards and I'm still committed to my contract with the club."