Free State Stars striker, Richard Henyekane, says he's happy in Bethlehem, and still has national team ambitions.
Speaking to the crew, 'Kimberley Express' says it doesn’t help any striker to play but fail to score goals. The forward is currently on loan from Mamelodi Sundowns, and also revealed that he’s settling well in Bethlehem.
“Yeah I still have what it takes, but my job is to score goals again. It doesn’t help playing football and not scoring because I’m a striker. My task is to focus on finishing the chances and then the rest will follow, overall, that’s my dream to add more national caps. I can use my talents, I’ve got an eye for goal and with my pace, I believe I can still offer a lot. I’m happy here and it’s a good environment for a football player. It wasn’t difficult for me to adjust in the team, and I feel like I’ve been here for a long time,” said Henyekane.
The crew asked him about his thoughts on the club selling players like Manti Moholo, Kennedy Mweene, Thabo Matlaba and others, which has had an impact in the club's poor run this season.
“There’s nothing like that my brother here, if you can see the players that are here you can see there’s quality. The quality of the players here is what is known as raw talent and the guys are hungry for success. There’s a bright future with this club and the guys are determined to fight very hard and produce the results for the club. We all share the same vision and that is to take the club out of where it is on the log,” added the Kimberley-born player.