Cape Town - Orlando Pirates striker Tendai Ndoro is relishing the fight for a starting berth at the Soweto giants and insists he won't throw in the towel despite a lack of first-team minutes.
The Zimbabwe international joined the Buccaneers from Mpumalanga Black Aces at the end of June, but has been unable to force his way into contention under Eric Tinkler.
Ndoro has made just two starts and further appearance from the bench, leading to suggestions that Black Aces could make a move to re-sign the Zimbabwean.
However, after Black Aces coach Muhsin Ertugral ruled out the possibility of signing Ndoro, the striker has made it clear that he sees his future at Pirates.
"I love my life here at Pirates and I won't give up for anything," Ndoro told Goal website. "I am competing with great strikers and I am learning a lot from them.
"We compliment each other as strikers and as a team. So there is nothing to stop me from fighting for my place in the team and when that chance comes I will grab it with both hands."