The attacking midfielder who finished the campaign as Chiefs’ top goalscorer with 14 goals across all competitions, believes that there is still room for improvement. Speaking to the Daily Sun, Billiat said:
I have never been happy with my form…I always believe there’s more to offer from my side.
Speaking on why he is more influential when he is with the Warriors than Kaizer Chiefs, Billiat said:
We’ve got a different philosophy. We play differently and we understand each other better.
Zimbabwe is where I come from, and language plays a big role.
It doesn’t matter whether we won the league last season or you finished last, when you play this game and play for your country, there’s always better understanding as players.
Billiat was one of the Warriors’ best players during their successful 2019 Afcon qualifying campaign scoring three times as Zimbabwe finished at the top of their qualifying group.