Khune: I am on the right track

2015-03-05 10:55
Stuart Baxter and Itumeleng Khune (Gallo Images)

Cape Town – Following Kaizer Chiefs win over Ajax Cape Town, Itumeleng Khune admits that he is not 100 percent fit yet.

Read: Baxter expects more from Chiefs

According to KickOff, Khune reveals that he will be training very hard to get his fitness back.

"Even the coach said it yesterday, that I was at 95 percent, and I just laughed it off, I thought I was more than that. But it showed tonight that I am not up to the standard I usually am on.

"I will be working hard, and I have been working very hard at training to get my fitness back.

Khune added: “With the performance tonight, it shows I am on the right track."

It was a Mandla Masango goal that split the two teams after Anssi Jaakkola spilled George Lebese's initial effort.

Chiefs got back to winning ways after their 19-game unbeaten run came to an end last month against SuperSport United.

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