Zimbabwe’s attacking midfielder, Khama Billiat is back to training.

Khama Billiat has been out of action since January after sustaining an injury during Chiefs’ game against Maritzburg United on 9 January at FNB Stadium.

The Zimbabwean International has started training and is pleased with the progress he is making in as far as his recovery goes.

He says he only has one thing on his mind and that is to get back on the field of play and help Chiefs finish their DStv Premiership campaign strongly and progress in the Champions League.

“It has been difficult . We are professional footballers and we always want to contribute by playing through hard and good times so you can grow as a person. I got injured against Maritzburg United and I never saw it coming. I have never been in a situation where I have had to miss so many games. It was difficult for me. I thought I would push myself harder and come back as soon as possible but I understand that everything happens for a reason. I thank God for the strength, and I feel better at the moment,” said Billiat

Billiat who also saw Zimbabwe book their place in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations which will be staged in Cameroon next year, is now fully focused on getting back into the team.

The 30-year-old player is hopeful that he could get some game time on Saturday when Chiefs host Wydad Casablanca in a crucial CAF Champions League game.

Meanwhile, Castro who has sat out the last four matches including both legs against Petro, and his return will certainly boost Gavin Hunt’e striking options in the crucial Champions League encounter against Group c Leaders.

Amakhosi are currently in third position in the race for the two quarterfinals spots, with Horoya ahead if them in second spot by virtue of a superior goal difference, and only two rounds of games are still to be played before knockout phase.