AmaZulu left wing-back Riaan Hanamub has addressed media reports that linked him with a possible move to Orlando Pirates.
Speaking to iDiski Times, Hanamub admitted that like any other player, he dreams of playing for one of the biggest clubs in the country.
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However, he’s not entirely focused on pushing for a move away from AmaZulu as he deems the Durban-based club big enough.
Hanamub said he’s committed to AmaZulu, and if it happens that he leaves for any of the bigger clubs in future, then it would be God’s plan.
Furthermore, the Namibia international wasn’t prepared to get into the conversation of whether or not there had been talks with Pirates.
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“It’s every player’s dream to play for one of the biggest clubs in the country,” Hanamub told the publication.
“But if it doesn’t happen, AmaZulu is also a big brand and I’m really happy to be here and I’m always willing to give my best.”
“I don’t know [if] I should indulge in that because it’s not my space,” he said of talks with Pirates.
“I’m here now and I’m fully committed to the team, and to keep working hard. You never know what God’s plans are, and I always trust in God’s plans.
“I don’t want to put myself in situations where I would lose my focus,” concluded Hanamub.