Kaizer Chiefs defender Zitha Kwinika has issued a major promise to the club’s supporters as they languish 14th in the DStv Premiership.

Kwinika scored a late goal on Sunday when Amakhosi played a 1-1 draw against Marumo Gallants at Royal Bafokeng stadium on Sunday afternoon.

The former Stellenbosch FC defender understands the pain the supporters are going through and he knows how difficult it is to see the club sitting 14th on the log.

Amakhosi played seven games, won two, drew two, and lost three.

“We understand where they are and it pains us,” he told the club’s website.

“When you meet someone telling you, ‘I can’t sleep, whatever you are doing, I’m not happy, it pains you because we know we are part of that journey.

“But I can promise the supporters that we understand where we are and understand what we need to do.

“This is our work. We are here to work, also for our families and obviously to represent the brand, because the badge is the main thing and we understand how big the badge is.

“This is not the true reflection of the log. Two wins and we’ll be on top.”

“I think other teams have played eight games and while games in hand are not points, if we win those games we’re back on top where we belong and we promise them, this season we will make them smile.”

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