Kenana: I need to prove myself

2015-08-18 12:15
Grant Kekana (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Former University of Pretoria defender Grant Kekana cited unfinished business as the reason why he made the decision to rejoin SuperSport United.

Kekana signed for Matsatsantsa on a three-year deal after a solid season for AmaTuks last term, having made the opposite switch just two years ago.

The defender revealed he felt like he needed to break out of the comfort zone he was settling into in Pretoria and felt he had left unfinished business at SuperSport.

"I felt like I needed to get out of my comfort zone and obviously here my place won't be guaranteed. I still need to prove myself to the coach and gain his trust so that he picks me for games," he told KickOff.

"It's a challenge I'm looking forward to and I just want to work hard and play my part for the team to achieve great things.

"I just felt like there was also unfinished business. There was more I could have done for the team."


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