Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene has revealed his plans for the new season.
Mweene has been playing second fiddle to Denis Onyango at Masandawana ever since he joined from Free State Stars. The shot-stopper has explained that he is at peace at the club.
“Look, as a goalkeeper it is good to remain positive. For me, Denis has been doing so well, but whenever he has been absent, we’ve stepped up along with other goalkeepers,” Mweene told the media.
“It was a great season, even though we wanted all the trophies, but we got three and didn’t do well in CAF Champions League, it was a success.”
“Personally, I still want to play and I’m not desperate for game-time. We are mentoring youngsters and we must develop them, so I know my role now as a senior player. I can’t be saying I want to leave for game-time.”
The Zambian is one of the foreign goalkeepers who has been in the PSL for close to two decades, and feels he is no longer qualified to be called a non-South African.