Johannesburg - Wits goalkeeper Moeneeb Josephs insists that he does not feel threatened by the signing of Bafana Bafana international Darren Keet.
The university club strengthened their squad with the addition of Keet from KV Kortrijk in Belgium and Jackson Mabokgwane from Mpumalanga Black Aces.
The 36-year-old feels that the addition of the 27-year-old Keet will make him a better shot-stopper in the new season.
Josephs was in the starting team for both of Wits' opening games of the season, against Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
"It's been good having Darren. He is here to improve the team and he's improving the goalkeeping department with his experience," Josephs told the Sowetan.
"Darren is a young boy, but he still comes with loads of experience. Most of us dreamt of playing in Europe and Darren has come back with that experience. We got a lot to learn from him together with the other young keepers.
"My brother-in-law once told me, 'Moeneeb, what you confess is what you will possess', meaning if you speak something into life it will become a reality because you are speaking positive things into your life."
Wits will take on Cape Town City FC in a MTN8 first-leg semi-final clash at the Bidvest Stadium on Saturday.