Defender Tristan Moses has made an announcement regarding his career.
Moses’ contract with the defending DSTV Premiership champions came to an end in June and he has confirmed that he is no longer with the club. He has been keeping fit while he waits for his agent to find him a new home. Moses left Sundowns without playing a competitive first team game.
The 23-year-old spent the last two seasons at Sundowns with M Tigers, the club’s reserve team which plays in the ABC Motsepe League. Moses played regularly for the reserve team and, despite not getting a chance in the first team, he feels his game grew.
Moses, who joined Sundowns from Kaizer Chiefs in 2018, is looking forward to the next chapter in his career.
“My contract came to an end in June with Sundowns. That's where I am at right now,” Moses tells the Siya crew.
“I am excited for the opportunity to show South Africa, to show the world my ability, you know what I mean? At the end of the day, you need a chance to play. I obviously want to be playing regularly in the PSL, game in and out, and show my qualities.
“At the end of the day, you just need a chance. Obviously, my time at Sundowns was challenging for me in a lot of ways, but at the same time it was really good for my game. I grew a lot as a player. I’ve tweaked a lot of my game and I have refined my game a lot. To be surrounded by quality players helps you to grow. Unfortunately, I did not get my chance to play in the PSL with Sundowns and that’s okay. That’s football. But obviously I need to play, and I need a chance. I need a chance to show my qualities on the pitch and that’s what I am looking forward – playing at the highest level and competing. I am a competitor. I want to win and I want to achieve. When I do get my chance and opportunity to compete, I am going to take it with both hands and run with it.”
Story by @T_Mailwane