Cape Town - Golden Arrows coach Clinton Larsen expressed his intentions of keeping on-loan duo Gladwin Shitolo and Kudakwashe Mahachi at the club.
Arrows have enjoyed a fairly decent spell in their return to top flight football under the guidance of former Bloemfontein Celtic mentor Clinton Larsen and Abafana Bes'thende are in the race for a top-eight finish having collected 28 points from 20 Premiership games so far this season.
Midfield duo Gladwin Shitolo and Kudakwashe Mahachi have been regulars in Larsen squad, since joining the team on loan at the start of the campaign, and Larsen revealed his intention to bring them to the club on a more permanent basis.
"Yeah, we hope we can keep them here permanently because they are very important players for the team and I'd be lying if I said we didn't need them because they are two quality players and hopefully our chairlady will be able to secure them for the new season," Larsen told Goal website.
"Like I said they are very, very good players that are doing very well for the club because there is so much they bring offensively as well defensively," he concluded.
Fresh off the Nedbank Cup 2-1 victory over lower division side Milford, Arrows will return to Premiership action in the KZN derby against struggling Maritzburg United on Friday.