Wits goalkeeper coach and former Bafana Bafana number one, Andre Arendse, has shared some advice with the club's second choice goalkeeper, Denis Onyango.
The experienced Zambian shot-stopper has played second fiddle this season to Moeneeb Josephs, and has featured just twice in the current campaign.
The 28-year-old boasts some good experience during his PSL career so far - he has featured for the likes of SuperSport United, Mamelodi Sundowns and Black Aces during his time in South Africa.
Onyango is also a seasoned Uganda international with a number of caps to his name. However, despite the goalkeeper's pedigree and experience, it seems he can't shake Josephs off his perch as the club's undisputed number one.
Nonetheless, Arendse has reassured the experienced campaigner to maintain the positive attitude he shows for the club. He told the Siya crew, "I've worked with Denis for many years. He's a model professional who isn't one to give up on a cause. He's the first one at training and he's working hard. He knows this kind of approach will always pay off. Look, he's only on the bench because Moeneeb is in such fine form. Denis accepts this! So, as long as we can overly persuade him to stay on, then I've no doubt in the long term his chance will come."