The 32-year-old has netted 12 times in his 18 league appearances this season, which has been key to the Soweto side's form this season.
Ndlanya feels the player might do wonders for Amakhosi if the fans can be patient with him.
"But look, let's give him a chance you see, and see if it's true this thing that he is going to Chiefs. Because Chiefs is a different ball game you see. Chiefs it's a big team, there's lot of expectations. But hopefully he will find his form once he gets there.
"But normally some players coming from other teams they fade you see. But it depends on how strong he is, it depends on his character. I wouldn't comment much on him until two, three games. If he starts scoring goals there will be nothing wrong, the confidence will be there. But he mustn't come there and relax you know. He would make a good acquisition, but again let's wait and see."