Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Lebohang Lesako has broken his silence on his loan move to Uthongathi FC.
The 22-year-old has been given an opportunity to get game-time at GladAfrica Championship side Uthongathi FC, after struggling at Naturena.
"I'm coping well here in KZN and also at Uthongathi and my wishes for this club is to compete in the Glad Africa and do well. Personally, I would like to help the team with the experience I have gained," Lesako told the Siya crew.
"And by helping the team to reach their target this season and also become a better Lesako, so that if it happens that Chiefs doesn't recall me, I won't be having challenges to look for new club, (I would) rather stay here."
Lesako is still hopeful that he can impress coach Stuart Baxter and the midfielder plans to use the lessons learnt from Arthur Zwane.
"Coach Arthur, he encourages players to do well and he doesn't want players to be scared on the field of play. He always want to get the best out of players.
"I will be working hard this side, hopefully Coach Stuart can see that the potential and hunger that is there, he added.
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