Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns captain Ramahlwe Mphahlele believes Keagan Dolly's skill and energy have added something special to the Brazilians' attacking options.
After a slow start to the season, Dolly has scored three goals in the last two games for the Tshwane outfit and Mphahlele is pleased with the fresh ideas he has brought to Sundowns forward line.
"He brings something different," the 25-year-old told KickOff.
"When we look like we're not penetrating teams, he comes in with his pace and skill to give us the boost to keep on going.
"If you look at every game that he plays, he has shots on target and enters the box.
"Dolly is good player, very young and he brings energy," Mphahlele added. "That's what you want when you sign a player to show respect and help the team.
"He runs from the first whistle until the last. Even Ngele is a player that carries a lot of potential. He's a very dangerous player and it's just a matter of time before he adapts to the style of play.
"The coach will give him a chance and we'll see what he can do," concluded the Sundowns skipper.