Zimbabwe national side head coach Zdravko Logarusic believes Knowledge Musona has stayed where he is comfortable and valued.
As reported here on Futaa early last month, Musona extended his loan spell at Belgium’s KAS Eupen, rather than returning to Anderlecht or signing for Mamelodi Sundowns.
“I’m very happy that Musona is still in Eupen. This is a club that he felt comfortable and he produced some good games and scored some few goals,’” Warriors coach Logarusic told News Day.
“It looks like the environment at that club is much better for him than at Anderlecht. I’m happy for him and let’s wait and see how this will continue going forward,” added the Croatian.
The former Sudan coach also used the moment to reveal some of the key players he is likely to build his team around as Zimbabwe’s new coach.
“Besides Musona, we also have our main striker in Lyon (Tino Kadewere) and also Marshall Munetsi in Stade Reims and others in England who are playing in the English Premiership and the championship.
“We wait and see how they are going to react after the coronavirus break because going for three to four months without football could cause problems. Of course some players will adapt quickly and get their form quickly. But some will need a bit more time,” concluded the man known as ‘Loga.’