Kaizer Chiefs defender Reeve Frosler is hoping for a good run when Amakhosi face GladAfrica Championship side Richards Bay FC in a Nedbank Cup last-32 match at the FNB Stadium in Nasrec on Sunday (17h00).

Frosler, who has just returned to action at Chiefs, is looking forward to the match and has admitted to know what teams from the lower leagues can do in a match of this magnitude.

“For me personally, I have not won the Nedbank Cup. It’s not gonna be easy against the opponents. Obviously, they will come here to prove a point. Who doesn’t want to play well against Chiefs?’ asked Frosler.

Port Elizabeth-born Frosler is happy that he is back playing again and feels no pain on his knee. Frosler watched helplessly when Chiefs were struggling to get results at the beginning of the season.

“It’s always nice to be back in the team, out of the crutches, out of the brace. It was not nice being outside,” said Frosler.

“The strap on my knee is a precautionary measure from the physio and the doctors. They don’t want me to do too much, too early. I’m feeling good, I’m feeling stronger.”

Meanwhile, Frosler still believes that they did well against their arch-rivals Orlando Pirates, who beat them 2-1 in a DStv Premiership match at the Orlando Stadium in Soweto, last Saturday.

“It’s not nice losing to anybody. There was an improvement than before. We didn’t play badly in that match,” he said.

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