Khama Billiat feels he is not yet ready to play in Europe but says it’s his wish move there.
The 28-year-old midfielder has been in top form since joining Kaizer Chiefs in the pre-season from Mamelodi Sundowns and was named the Absa Premiership Player of the Month on Thursday.
Billiat, who scored two goals and made four assists during the month says he is aiming to improve his game first before a European switch.
“Every player wants to play in Europe, but it can only happen when you’re doing good, I don’t think that I’ve done enough. I always want to do better and improve my game,” he told the media yesterday.
On receiving his POTM award, the Zimbabwe international was grateful to his coach and the team.
“I’m grateful to have a coach like him, but most importantly, it’s about the team. I don’t see it as something special, it’s always like that. I’m grateful for the love that he has for me, and I love him too, just like everyone. I love the relationship that I have with him,” Billiat added.