Absa Premiership

Chiefs interest excites Badenhorst

2016-06-10 16:15
Kaizer Chiefs (File)

Cape Town - Mbabane Swallows playmaker Felix Badenhorst admits that a potential move to Kaizer Chiefs would be a dream come true.

Badenhorst has reportedly attracted the interests of Amakhosi, who are rebuilding their squad after releasing 20 players last week.

The 27-year-old attacking midfielder has been in fine form for Swallows in Swaziland's top flight.

"I saw those Chiefs rumours in the media. It gave me hope that maybe something would come up and that made me work even harder. Chiefs is a big team and we all dream of playing there," Badenhorst told KickOff.

The Swaziland international had an unsuccessful trial with Premiership champions Mamelodi Sundowns in December, when Khama Billiat advised him not to give up.

"Khama told me that you must never give up and that you should give your all whenever given the opportunity. The trial was a good learning experience, even though things didn't work out," Badenhorst said.

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