Johannesburg - With little more than a year left on his current contract, Bidvest Wits striker Calvin Kadi believes he still has a lot to offer the Clever Boys.
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Kadi, 27, spent the last 10 months on the sidelines with a knee injury, but made his first appearance of the season in a 2-0 win over Orlando Pirates last week.
He was the match-winner for the Clever Boys after finding the back of the net on both occasions.
Kadi told Sport24 in an exclusive interview that he is eager to contribute more to the Students’ cause before his contract elapses in June 2016.
“Hopefully I will still be playing for Bidvest Wits next season,” said Kadi.
“I am still contracted to the team and I intend to honour my contract and continue playing here.
“I know it’s still up to the management and the technical team, they can still decide otherwise.
“But since I didn’t play much this season, I believe that I still have plenty to offer here.
“I still want to contribute and achieve more honours with Wits.
“All I need is to be given a chance to play again but as things stands, I’ll still be here next season.”