Veteran Mamelodi Sundowns forward Anthony Laffor is confident he still has plenty left in the tank to help the club moving forward.
The 35-year-old has endured a frustrating season as he is yet to make an appearance for the Chloorkop outfit due to a long-term injury.
The Liberian was eager to get back into the Masandawana first team after finally recovering from his knee injury, but then the coronavirus outbreak halted those plans.
"I have gone through rehab and went to see the doctor. I started training before the forced break due to the coronavirus," Laffor told Daily Sun.
"I did everything well as I was part of the players that went to camp before the break."
He added: "I renewed my contract last year for a year and half. I still have a year to go before my contract lapses.
"But it's frustrating now because we are not playing. It's not only in South Africa, but all leagues throughout the world have also been closed.
"I have been training hard at home and I try not to think about the virus. I still have a lot to offer the club."
- TEAMtalk media