Johannesburg - Tlou Segolela says he has no issues with being employed as a "super sub", stating that Orlando Pirates coach Roger de Sa knows what
According to football411.com website, the midfielder has come off the bench to deadly effect in the
Buccaneers' last two matches, helping the side to victories over Black
Leopards and Bidvest Wits respectively.
"Every time I come off the bench I seem to be doing the business
for the team, so I guess coach Roger (de Sa) knows how to use me
effectively," he told the club's official website.
"I am happy with the way things are going for us at the moment
but I think people are yet to see the best of us. The spirit in camp is
high and everybody is fighting to be in the team which can only benefit
the squad in the long run."
The Sea Robbers have managed to put a shaky start to the season
behind them and are currently one point off PSL leaders Kaizer Chiefs.
Pirates' next match is against struggling Chippa United on
Wednesday, while Saturday marks the first Soweto derby of the new
Looking ahead to those two crucial encounters, Segolela added:
"The next two matches are crucial for us; we have Chippa and then the
big one against Chiefs. We are desperate to collect all six points.
"Anybody who thinks we will underestimate Chippa because of the
derby must think again - both these teams are worth the same number of
points at the end of the day. Chippa need to be given the same respect
as we would facing Chiefs."