Chabangu, whose career has been hampered by off-field distractions, has played two matches for the Limpopo-based outfit since returning from the football wilderness last month.
The one-time Bafana Bafana star can ill afford to lose focus having fallen on hard times since leaving Chippa United over a year ago.
"So far he has played two games and is the Lerato Chabangu that we all know," Mikhado chairman Itani Musandiwa told KickOff.com.
"It's not only about his quality in terms of his talent but also the experience and knowledge that he is sharing with the youngsters at the club."
Chabangu's experience will come in handy for the side as they look to make progress in the third tier.
Musandiwa also revealed he plans to soon announce another big-name signing from the PSL.