Mamelodi Sundowns senior coach Manqoba Mnqgithi is staying at the club for another season.
According to several media outlets in the country, Mnqgithi’s contract was coming to an end later next month.
Which heavily linked the former Golden Arrows coach with a move away from the Brazilians this upcoming winter transfer market.
But his agent Mike Makaab brushed the rumours aside.
The super agent insists that his client is staying at the club for at least another season.
Makaab revealed that Mnqgithi still has a year left on his contract, and he intends to stay unless something happens.
The tactician was demoted from head coach to senior coach back in October after a run of poor form and scrappy wins.
Leaving his then co-head coach Rulani Mokwena take over as the sole head coach.
After the demotion, the 52-year-old looked lonely on the bench for most of the time.
But being a reserved and quiet person in nature, it was the coach being himself.
Mnqgithi is not short of suitors should he leave Sundowns, as Kaizer Chiefs and coachless Amazulu FC are said to be interested in his services.