KAIZER Chiefs striker Khama Billiat has returned to training after several weeks on the sidelines, the club confirmed on Wednesday.
The 29-year-old last featured for the Glamour Boys in their 1-1 draw away to Maritzburg United in December 2019.
Kaizer Chiefs star and Zimbabwean footballer Khama Billiat was left with egg on his face by his baby mama after being dragged to the police station for failure to pay maintenance for his 9-month-old child.
The maintenance drama started when his baby mama demanded he pays for his child, something he used to do but suddenly stopped after demanding DNA tests to prove the child was his. The situation became tense as the 23-year-old baby mama got incensed and stabbed Khama Billiat on his hand, causing minor tissue damage.
The Zimbabwe international is, however, over his injuries and have returned to full training, meaning he could be available when Amakhosi take on Royal Eagles in the Nedbank Cup next weekend.
Billiat has missed Chiefs' last five league matches, where they won three, lost one and drew one, coach Ernst Middendorp said earlier he wouldn't rush his star player's recovery.
He has only featured 12 times for Chiefs in all competitions this season, with a single goal and two assists to his name.
Billiat could feature when Amakhosi host First Division side Royal Eagles in the last-32 of the Nedbank Cup on 8 February at FNB Stadium (6pm).
Chiefs posted on Instagram that their talisman has started training.