Mamelodi Sundowns captain Hlompho Kekana has reacted to lifting his eighth league title on Saturday.
Sundowns ended the season in style after thrashing Cape Town City 3-0 thanks to a late brace by Peter Shalulile and an early goal by Lyle Lakay.
Although Kekana did not start the game, he came on late in the game and lifted his record eighth league title, having won six with Sundowns and two previously with former side SuperSport United.
Goalkeeper Denis Onyango has also won eight league titles, after winning five with his current club and three with Matsatsantsa.
"I'm so happy I managed to get number eight, which I believe it's history in South African football. Ja, we're very fortunate to have these opportunities," Kekana told SuperSport TV after the game.
"We just want to thank the technical team, the players, the board, obviously the supporters for always supporting us. Obviously, it was not an easy season, there were a lot of games but the boys have pulled through and managed to win some important matches.
"Look now we're having medals, it's important that every season we compete in this space and I'm proud of the boys."