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Mhango: Anywhere football is football

Orlando Pirates attacker Gabadinho Mhango has suggested it doesn't matter which club he plays for as long as he is enjoying his football amid links with AmaZulu.

According to reports in recent days, Mhango is set to sign with AmaZulu after falling out of favour with the Buccaneers over the past season. The deal is expected to see AmaZulu defender Thapelo Xoki move in the opposite direction.

The Malawian marksman swatted away questions from the media regarding his reported transfer and says he is only focusing on helping his nation qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations. Malawi begin their qualifying campaign with a clash against Ethiopia on Thursday evening.

"I will not say anything about the move," Mhango tells KickOff.

"Both clubs have not told me anything, so I will not say anything until my manager tells me something."

The 29-year-old did, however, go on to say that he doesn't mind where he plays his football as long as he is enjoying it.

"But football is football man, anywhere football is football," he said.

"But the only thing I'm focusing on now is the Africa Cup Of Nations qualifiers, I need to join my national team soon and as quick as possible.

"That's the only thing I'm focusing on now.

"You know what happens when a coach gives you the freedom to do what you enjoy doing.

"The national team they allow me to do what I can, they give you the freedom.

"So for me, it's amazing to be part of the national team, I'm a great player because I'm surrounded by players who make me a great player.

"Without the other teammates I wouldn't be a great player, so the credit must go to the whole Malawi national team because everyone plays their part.

"What every player likes to hear is that you should go out there and enjoy yourself because everyone knows football, so let's just go there and enjoy the fun."