AmaZulu FC interim coach Brandon Truter has made a bold suggestion about his chances to take the job permanently amid top coaches being linked with the post.
It has become no secret that Usuthu are still weighing up their options on who will be their next coach for upcoming season, with Truter in the dugout on a caretaker basis until the end of current season.
According to the coach, the permanent role is not his main focus at the moment.
"Look for me, I can't focus on that because it can stress me out. I'm looking at what I can achieve but at the same time whatever happens, people can see the quality and other clubs can see what happening," Truter said, after drawing with Royal AM.
"I'm reading in the media, not that I'm stressing about it, but there are people that don't want me to take this job for some reason. They don't give me the respect I deserve in this team as well.
"So yeah, replacing the only UEFA Champions League winner and leading South African national team goalscorer, Benni McCarthy, is always going to be there and I expected it, but I will continue working hard and thank the supporting staff for the support."
The former Swallows coach says he has nothing to prove, his record speaks for itself.
"I have nothing to prove, stats and results are there to be seen, previous teams I've coached," added the mentor.
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