Booysens wants SuperSport United stay

2016-05-19 18:00
Mario Booysen (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - On-loan SuperSport United defender Mario Booysen admits he would prefer to stay at the club rather than to return to Mamelodi Sundowns.

The 27 year-old has been a regular feature in the line-up for Matsatsantsa since joining on loan in January.

Booysens has another season remaining in his contract with the Premiership champions which will keep him at the clun until June 2017.

"Obviously I'm grateful for the change because you don't want to be sitting in the stands, outside, you want to be enjoying doing what you love doing the most," Booysens told KickOff.

"The change has been good; I have played all the games up to this point. The coach believes in me and he's given me the trust to go out and enjoy my football again.

"The change of scenery has been really good; I adapted very quickly because I know the environment having been here before and I know most of the players too."

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