Malawi national team forward Esau Kanyenda insists he has no plans to hang up his boots.
The veteran Malawi striker insists he is still fighting fit and has about three more years to play before he finally hangs his boots.
Kanyenda, 32, who plays for South Africa’s Premier Soccer League (PSL) side Polokwane City, said this after extending his contract with the club, which runs up until 30th June, 2016.
“Soccer is not only about skill but also hard work. With my experience, I believe I will work hard and score more goals,” said Kanyenda.
“I was blessed with hard work that is why I am still playing at my age,” he added.
Kanyenda launched his football career in 1998 in Malawi’s First Division side FC Welfare in Dwangwa before joining the then top flight Super League side, Dwasco, between 1999–2001.
He later joined PSL side Jomo Cosmos in 2001 before proceeding to play in Russia and Denmark.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :