Prince Nxumalo says that it his aim to play in top flight football again, but feels the best way to do that is to help his current team, Sekhukhune United, get promoted.
The former Ajax Cape Town and SuperSport United striker last played in the first tier when he was on the books of Baroka last season.
Speaking to Lethabo Kganyago in Edition 11 of iDiski Times, Nxumalo says that he is confident that the players assembled at Sekhukhune are good enough to play in the DStv Premiership, and he wants to help them get promoted.
Nxumalo says he has been impressed by the club, who were only formed at the start of this season, when Sekhukhune took over the old TTM franchise, when Tshakhuma bought the Bidvest Wits’ franchise.
Nxumalo has 5 goals so far this season, and is fifth on the goalscoring charts in the GladAfrica.
Sekhukhune are currently second in the GladAfrica Championship, trailing one point behind Richards Bay.
“Firstly, I still wanted to play in the PSL. When I left Baroka FC, I got a call that invited me to Sekhukhune and when I arrived and saw the kind of players that they had recruited, I was confident that this team can play in the PSL.”
“Most of us as players who have played in the PSL before, also agree that we can still go back and through this team.”
“I’m focusing on Sekhukhune, that if I help the team and it wins, and we get promoted, that’s
the way I want to make my return to the PSL, with a team that gave me a chance to still play football.”