The Assistant Coach of Chiefs has revealed which departments the club should strengthen during the January transfer window.
The mid-season transfer window is approaching, and it will be interesting to see how Amakhosi responds.
The team could add a striker during the January player transfer window, according to Kaizer Chiefs assistant coach Arthur Zwane.
In less than ten days, Premier League clubs can begin recruiting new players.
Naturena may add another forward, according to Zwane, after bringing in nine new players before the start of the current season.
“We have a lot of players, and we may go to the development team because we have some good young men.”
Chiefs already have Khama Billiat up front, who has re-energized himself since the arrival of Keagan Dolly.
They also have Leonardo Castro and Lazarous Kambole, who have both struggled for playing time recently.
Samir Nurkovic is another striker who is now injured but could return in the new year.
While Zwane has hinted at bringing in a striker, he insists they have adequate protection at the back and in the center.
“We have tall players, [Phathutshedzo] Nange is tall,” Zwane said. “Daniel Cardoso, Siyabonga Ngezana, Ramahlwe Mphahlele, even when Tower [Eric Mathoho] is not there, we have tall players, [Phathutshedzo] Nange is tall.”
“Going forward, as a team I don’t think we will need defenders. We are covered. Njabulo Ngcobo did quite well too [against Maritzburg United]. He was not bad considering he was out for some time. It was key for us to give him a run and he did well, but he started cramping and we had to substitute him.
Chiefs are now going for the PSL one-month break on a high after beating Maritzburg United 2-0 on Wednesday.
They resume their league campaign with a trip to Cape Town City on February 15.
But there will be the DSTV Compact Cup in January and it is yet to be seen which players will be voted for by the fans to play