With Golden Arrows currently experiencing a purple patch in the DStv Premiership, shot-stopper Sifiso Mlungwana has spoken about his form and goals.
After receiving a South African under-23 call-up, the goalkeeper is part of the camp in Durban for coach David Notoane to assess players ahead of the Olympics in July.
Speaking to the media about his form, Mlungwana says his teammates, especially goalkeepers at Arrows, have been very supportive.
"I think it all about believing in myself, talent alone in football doesn't really help.
"I'm getting motivated by senior players, they play a huge role in my progress, they help me as youngster, they always want me to do well, there's honest competition.
With his consistent perfomances and, his main focus is doing well for the team and to get selected for the final under-23 squad.
"I'm focusing more to make sure I make the Tokyo Olympics final squad, I don't really worry about other things, I'm still happy at Arrows but if I go to the Olympics and something comes up, we will see about moving to another team," he added.
"For now, my aim is to keep working hard for the team."
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