Absa Premiership

Mokgothu: I have no Chiefs regrets

2016-04-14 10:15
Levy Mokgothu (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Kaizer Chiefs left-back Levy Mokgothu says he does not regret his move to Naturena, following the announcement of his exit from the club at the end of the season.

The 26-year-old's career has hit the skids after failing to break into the first-team reckoning under coach Steve Komphela and his predecessor Stuart Baxter, failing to make a single appearance since signing from Moroka Swallows in 2014.

With his contract set to expire in June, Mokgothu's Agent, Tim Sukazi, confirmed that the defender would part ways with the Soweto-based club.

"I am not looking back at the years I have spent at Kaizer Chiefs and I don’t have any regrets you know," Mokgothu told Goal website.

"I will look at it as a learning curve. I can’t look back and regret what happened in the past.

"I just have to learn from it, pick up whatever I have learned from them and then let that make me the best player I can be."

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