Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande has revealed his delight at signing a three-year contract extension with the club and admitted he still has plenty to prove for the Glamour Boys.
The 31-year-old has enjoyed huge success since signing for Chiefs in 2011 and has become a linchpin in front of the back four for the Steve Komphela-coached outfit.
"Since day one I have been happy here, and the club has taken good care of me whether playing or not playing," the Zimbabwe international told the club's official website.
"Deep down I always knew this is what I wanted because even though there were offers elsewhere I knew this is the place for me.
"I am all about leaving a legacy after my playing career and this massive club offers me that.
"Obviously my duty is to try and help the team win games and that alone will never change because Chiefs is a big club that is used to winning.
"All this success I have been blessed with over the last couple of years has been made possible by my hard work here and it’s all on me now to repay the confidence the club has shown in me with good performances and all out commitment when given a chance to play."