FORMER Warriors captain Willard Katsande is keeping his cards close to his chest and is waiting for Kaizer Chiefs to make the first move with regards to his future at the club before making a decision.
The tough as teak defensive midfielder is said to be giving Amakhosi first preference before considering any other offers, according to his representative.
The long-serving Zimbabwean midfielder will see his contract with the Soweto giants coming to an end in June.
Reports from South Africa indicate that the Kaizer Chiefs management is yet to open talks with the 35-year-old over a new deal.
Katsande, who is celebrating 10 years with the club, is not too worried at the moment and, according to his representative Sean Roberts, he will give Chiefs first preference before considering a move away from Naturena, where he has had loads of success.
Katsande is happy at Chiefs and remains a loyal servant of the club even though his future at Naturena is uncertain.
“Of course (they will give Chiefs first preference). Obviously, Kaizer Chiefs is his family. He is a top professional. It’s a waiting game and we will wait to hear from Chiefs,” Roberts told the South African media.
Katsande is not the only player who has his contract coming to an end in June as the likes of Khama Billiat, Lebogang Manyama, Ramahlwe Mphahlele, Bernard Parker and Bruce Bvuma also have their contracts coming to an end.