Cape Town City have confirmed that star attacking players Lebogang Manyama and Aubrey Ngoma have extended their deals with the Citizens until at least 2021.
The pair were a part of the Mpumalanga Black Aces side before City bought the rights to the franchise ahead of this season. Manyama is the club's top scorer while Ngoma has put in some fine displays too.
The 2016 Telkom Knockout champions are having a memorable season under coach Eric Tinkler, and are level on points with SuperSport United and Bidvest Wits at the top of the Premiership standings.
As such, the John Comitis-owned outfit confirmed that Manyama and Ngoma would be staying in Cape Town until at least 2021. The side's official Instagram account said: "Cape Town City Football Club can officially confirm that key players Manyama and Ngoma have signed new long term deals that will see them in the Blue and Gold until the 2020/2021 season."
Comitis also explained why the players' deals were extended, saying: "With the ambitions and exciting plans for City in the near future, it was an easy decision for Aubrey and Lebo to stay, as they are determined to play integral parts in this journey. Our players are at the top of their game because they are happy, motivated and love the club."