Absa Premiership

Komphela has no January window plans

2016-01-07 19:52
Steve Komphela (Supplied)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs Steve Komphela revealed that he has no plans to recruit any new faces in the January transfer window.

According to Soccer Laduma, the former Maritzburg United mentor says that he feels content with the current crop of players after all the players have not had enough game time to prove themselves.

"I think I regret that I haven't explored all that has been availed, in the sense that there are players who haven't played. We need more time so that everybody goes through the mill," Komphela said.

"You have your Ndululas who haven't featured prominently, guys like Zulu, there are a lot. One wishes to see everybody so that I can make an assessment going forward.

"We are monitoring the processes that our policy dictates, but we acknowledge that not everybody at Naturena has been used, so you don't just need to be drastic and make changes. If there is anything worth looking into, the policy dictates."

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