Cape Town - Bryce Moon has commented on how he feels his younger sibling, Ryan, will fare for Kaizer Chiefs despite no official announcement.
On Tuesday, Bryce Moon's move to Maritzburg United from Mpumalanga Black Aces was confirmed, with the Team of Choice also announcing that Ryan Moon was leaving the club that had given him his break in the PSL.
Several reports have suggested that Ryan is set to join up with former Maritzburg coach Steve Komphela at Kaizer Chiefs, although Amakhosi have not yet made an announcement.
This did not stop Bryce from telling KickOff that he is hopeful about Ryan's chances of making it at Chiefs, convinced that his younger brother has the makings of a world-class forward.
"He's worked with the coaches before and obviously they have faith in him to bring him to Chiefs. So I'm quite positive they will still nurture him and guide him where he needs to be guided, and definitely he has the potential to be a very good striker in the world.
"Fortunate thing with him is that he's only 19 years old so he's fortunate. He's got time on his hands and yeah I don't think supporters will expect miracles from him at the beginning but they will expect to see what he's got.
"That is the most important thing when he gets his chance now and he can show them what he's got - that is when the pressure will come on, when he shows them, and they will want that every week.
"But I have faith in him; he's brilliant striker and he can score goals, so I have a lot of faith in him," he added.