Nteo, who has also been on the books of Bloemfontein Celtic, AmaZulu and Hellenic in the past, tells KickOff.com that he did not have a break during December as he was hard at work preparing for his come-back.
“Warriors have showed interest in my services at the beginning of the season, but I did not join them because my business manager did not agree on financial terms. Now it seems that they are coming up with an improved offer and there is a good possibility that I will sign with them.”
“I know that their head coach Molefi Ntseki still values me as a quality player that can help them and that is why he has invited me to come down to Phuthaditjaba and train with them. I think I can settle into their set-up easily because some of the players were my teammates at Celtic,” he explains.
Warriors are in fifth position in the Inland Stream but they have only managed to collect 13 points after 10 games.
“The standard in the First Division is improving fast and I am well aware of the challenge that I will be facing if I am to contribute towards helping the team to win promotion.”