Baxter left Amakhosi for Sweden at the end of the 2014/15 season before returning to South Africa to take charge of Matsatsantsa in January this year, following the sacking of Gordon Igesund.
Since then, a number of Kaizer Chiefs players have been linked with a move way from Naturena to reunite with their former mentor in Pretoria, including midfielder Reneilwe Letsholonyane, whose contract with the Soweto-based club is set to expire at the end of the season.
“If any of them is not happy and is going to leave Chiefs, I will be in a queue. That doesn’t mean I am calling people to try bring them away from Chiefs. No, I am only realistic.
“Anybody thinking I am able to destabilise Chiefs is talking nonsense. But as soon as I believe one of the players is not happy, if it is documented that he is not happy, and by not happy I am guessing people who don’t play.
“People on my bench will not be 100 per cent happy. That’s the chain, people will be looking at players not happy with me. All clubs will be interested in them.
“It’s not only about Baxter, Chiefs and SuperSport, that happens in the whole football world. No one attracts players from Manchester United if they are happy because they know they are happy there.”