Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Brandon Peterson says he is looking forward to helping the club win trophies after signing a new contract. 
Peterson, alongside competitor Bruce Bvuma, signed contracts that will keep them at the club until June 2026.
Peterson (29) started the season as Chiefs’ first choice goalkeeper before he was eventually replaced following a series of high-profile errors.
“I’m happy to continue my great journey with Kaizer Chiefs. We need to keep working hard as a collective so we can reward the Chairman and the millions of supporters who fill us stadiums every week to see us play by bringing some silverware to Naturena,” said Peterson.
Bvuma, who has since took the reins as the trusted goalkeeper, vowed to reward the club’s fans with silverware.
“I’m extremely humbled and grateful for the opportunity to continue representing Kaizer Chiefs.
“This Club has been my home for years, and I am highly motivated to work even harder for our fans and to bring more success to the Gold and Black jersey.”
Nkosingiphile Ngcobo was rewarded with a two year deal, with an option for another year.
Mshini was in a good run of form in the first round of the season, scoring one league goal in nine DSTV Premiership matches.
“I shall work hard to ensure that I contribute as much as I can as the team works on securing a trophy for the multitudes of supporters who are always behind us,” Ngcobo asserted.