Kaizer Chiefs winger, George Lebese, is confident his game has been improving with every passing season and recognises there is still room for growth.
Lebese joined the Amakhosi from Arcadia Shepherds in 2008 but only really started reaching his potential over the last few seasons.
At 26-years-old, the winger will soon be expected to take over from ageing stalwarts such as captain, Siphiwe Tshabalala, however he has indicated that he is still growing as a player and is gathering experience year by year.
“I think that with every passing season I am growing as a player and I am also gaining the needed experience. There is always pressure when you put on that Chiefs jersey!”
“I’m learning more each and every day about how to be a better player. I’m improving on my game as well,” Lebese told Soccer Laduma.
Do you think that Lebese has it in him to take over from the likes of Tshabalala? How many years do you think the Chiefs captain still has in his legs to keep performing at the highest level in South Africa?