Dikwena want Mkhabela, Ntuli stay

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Mazingiza, however, made it clear Dikwena will address player movements at a more opportune time as the club is still active in the league, Nedbank Cup and CAF Confederation Cup.

"We are too busy with the league games and Nedbank Cup," Mazingiza tells KickOff.com.

"Obviously we would like to keep them but at this stage we cannot say anything about player movements. We will only be able to do that at a later stage, in a month or so.

"We are focusing on our next coming matches, we haven't started discussing players yet."

Stars will visit Polokwane City in the league on Wednesday night before facing Golden Arrows in the Nedbank Cup quarter-finals at Princess Magogo Stadium on Saturday.

The Rustenburg-based outfit, who advanced in the Confederation Cup via penalties against AS Tanda this past Sunday, are 11th on the Absa Premiership table with 25 points from 11 games.