Sekgota – I Pray For Trophies
After impressing Stuart Baxter on his Kaizer Chiefs debut, Kgaogelo Sekgota has given his first interview since joining the Amakhosi.
The 24-year-old came on in the second half of Sunday’s Carling Black Label Cup victory, earning praise from his new coach after the game.
Sekgota has now given his first interview in Chiefs colours, saying he wants to do his bid so that the club can finally end their trophy draught.
“It is a daily prayer for me to achieve trophies with the club and help to get victories for the supporters and for me as a an individual” he told Chiefs’ media department.
“Obviously, I have to study my teammates, I have to respect the tactics of the coach and try to do my best for the club and for me as a player.”
“I have realized that Chiefs is one of the biggest teams in South Africa and Africa. The most important thing is hard work and dedication for the club to give them good results.
“To the fans, I would like to say there are more good things coming.”
Sekgota also revealed that his family has been very excited by his move but he will do his best to not let their feelings distract him from working hard.
“They are very excited for me. I have to adapt to the excitement and focus on the work.
“It is a huge achievement for me as a player (signing for Chiefs). It is a big club, with good, experienced players around and I am ready to work.”