Willard Katsande's agent has revealed the expectations his client has as the time for new Kaizer Chiefs contract negotiations approaches.
Katsande is in the last season of his contract at Naturena and has made it clear that he wants to stay with the Glamour Boys for three more seasons.
His representative Michael Ngobeni, who enjoys a good working relationship with Chiefs football manager Bobby Motaung, says he and the 34-year-old former Zimbabwe captain are not losing sleep over the player's future.
Asked if negotiations between the club and the player have started yet, Ngobeni admitted they were still waiting.
"Not as yet, he just wants to focus on the league-winning side of it," Ngobeni tells KickOff.com.
"These two [Chiefs and Katsande] have a good, healthy working relationship you know, all is positive."
Chiefs recently signed Kenyan holding midfielder Anthony Akumu, and Ngobeni says Katsande won't mind competition if he happens to still be with the club next season.
"[Laughs] This is a legend. At all costs it's good for the club and soccer fanatics in general," he adds.
"Whatever they offer us we really appreciate. When they call us we are ready. Kaizer Chiefs is one of the clubs that doesn't give hustles at all when it comes to negotiations... that club, we don't lose sleep at all."
Katsande, who has been with Chiefs since 2011, recently signed with M-Sport Management, which is the same agency that represents his Amakhosi and Warriors teammate Khama Billiat.
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