Golden Arrows defender Nkosinathi Sibisi says he has
progressed this season due to "being disciplined".
The 24-year-old was in fine form for Abafana Bes'thende this
season prior to the enforced break.
Speaking to IOL website, the right-back also credited coach
Steve Komphela and reserve team coach Vusumuzi Vilakazi for being key in his
He said: "Being disciplined and knowing what you want
out of the game has been key to my progress.
"As much as we play football for the love of the game,
there are people that depend on our hard work in order for their lives to
change. It wasn't easy but sometimes perseverance helps."
Sibisi added: "Having someone as coach Steve generates
a lot of positivity. Since he also played the same position that I am playing,
he helps me a lot.
"But not to just mention him alone, my academy coaches,
which include coach Kanu (Vusumuzi Vilakazi), helped me a lot."
Sibisi came up through the ranks at Arrows having been
promoted from the youth academy.
- TEAMtalk media