Kaizer Chiefs forward Khama Billiat says pressure at the club has helped him settle well since joining the side in the pre-season.
The 28-year-old has been in top form scoring nine goals and as many assists in all competitions. But his performances have, at times, been overshadowed by Amakhosi’s inconsistent results, which have already seen the club missing out on two major knockout competitions this season.
“The minute I signed a contract with Chiefs, I felt the pressure. There’s so much expected already from the club and it’s always nice playing with so much pressure because there’s no time to relax,” the Zimbabwean international told Kick-Off.
“By the way, on the other side, it actually makes you a better person and a better player, and you see football differently. You will always work for something. I don’t remember when last we played as professionals without any pressure.
“Every game we play has pressure. Even if we play a friendly game, coaches want to win and players want to win. Even at training, it’s competitive,” he added.
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