The 35-year-old thinks he still has plenty of gas left in his tank after enjoying a good season for United, and that hard work is the recipe for both his and Mokoena’s success.
He told the Sowetan, “Talent alone is not enough. He must remain as humble as he is because even if you have potential you might end up not fulfilling it if you have a bad mindset and wrong attitude. I told him (Teboho) that he must keep on working hard and remain grounded.”
The 20-year-old was recently included in the Bafana squad for the 2-0 victory over Botswana, although was withdrawn for unknown reasons for the second leg on Saturday.
Nonetheless, ‘Yeye’ also added he had not given up hope of one day once more representing the Stuart Baxter-coached national team, saying, “If I get a call-up I will definitely honour it. At my age, I still want to win things and compete.”