Cape Town - Former Orlando Pirates striker Andries Sebola believes the club should hang on to the services of underutilised forward Lehlohonolo Majoro.
Sebola believes Majoro has not been given enough chances in the first team and went as far as to say his departure would be a big loss for the Sea Robbers.
"It would to a huge loss to them if Majoro goes. If you remember, Majoro can read the game very well coming from the bench," Sebola told Goal website.
"But I don't think Pirates will allow him to go because he still has something in him that can help the team.
"It's bad for him, you cannot just come in as a substitute and score goals every week. He's guaranteed to do that almost every week if he starts. It's a matter of the coach giving him time to play," Sebola concluded.
Buccaneers head coach Eric Tinkler is under fire for the club's less than stellar performance in the Premiership so far this season, with Pirates well down the table in 12th place with just 11 points from nine matches.