In what would seem as a way of motivating himself as he works on getting back to the starting line-ups for Orlando Pirates, Thabiso Monyane has shared an inspiring message on social media.
After starting the season on a high, making his official top-flight league debut under former Pirates coach Milutin Sredojevic in first match of the season following his promotion from the development ranks, things looked promising for the young defender at the Soweto giants.
The 19-year-old featured in both matches under the Serbian coach, before his sudden resignation, and had also been playing under Rulani Mokwena in earlier weeks of the young coach's tenure in a caretaker role.
Under German mentor Josef Zinnbauer, the South African youth international has played in two of the five matches – both as a substitute.
On his official Twitter account this week, though not giving much detail, the right-back said he is focused, adding that there is nothing that can disturb him.
“The boy is focused and nothing can disturb the boy,” stated the talented player, with a picture of himself in the club’s colours accompanying the tweet.