Malawian striker Khuda Muyaba has come out of his cocoon, saying he is frustrated at relegated South Africa Premier Soccer League side Polokwane City and wants to leave.
Muyaba joined Polokwane from Silver Strikers in January but has struggled for game time having only played 12 minutes.
The former Silver Strikers controversial forward said some people at the South African club were deliberately frustrating him.
“I fear for my football career and with the current situation, it will be difficult for me to play for this club again. I have been working very hard in training but I cannot get my deserved game time due to some issues. The best way forward for me is to leave this club so that I can revive my football career,” he said.
Muyaba has also taken a swipe at Flames legend Essau Kanyenda, who facilitated his move to Polokwane, claiming he was behind his struggles in the Rainbow Nation.
“I have not received my signing-on fee. I asked the owner of the club about it but what I got in turn was a continuous omission from the final squad,” he added.
Kanyenda said he was not ready to be dragged into issues concerning his former club.
“I did my part in giving Khuda an opportunity to play for a PSL club. The rest is up to him,” he said.
Muyaba signed a four-year contract in a deal reported to be worth K15 million from Silver in January this year after winning the TNM Super League golden boot award with 21 goals.
Since the restart of the PSL, Muyaba has not even made the substitutes list.
But recently, Polokwane coach Clinton Larsen said Muyaba needed more time to adapt to the demands of PSL football.