Themba ‘Mshishi’ Zwane is eyeing more success with Mamelodi Sundowns as the team is still having a chance of winning yet another league title.
The league was suspended in mid-March with the Brazilians in second place on the Absa Premiership log, and behind leaders Kaizer Chiefs by only four points, and with a game in hand.
Speaking about Downs’ chances of winning the league for the 10th time, Zwane said he is looking forward to creating history.
“It will mean a lot to me. When I came to Sundowns in 2011, I told myself that I want to create history and make history to repeat itself. To be honest I was ready for anything and I manage the pressure because I know what people want from me. I am expected to deliver at all times,” he told the Sudowns’ official website.
Zwane has made 16 starts in the league so far this season and has scored nine goals, having emerged as one of the outstanding players in coach Pitso Mosimane’s team.
“The secret is that you need to be consistent and work hard. Remember that at Downs we have a lot of quality players so if you don’t do that they will take your place. I am trying to improve the ‘Mshishi’ of last season of course. I only compete with myself, and give credit to my teammates because they make things to be easy for me,” he told the club’s website.
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