Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns forward Anthony Laffor says he has been
frustrated by injuries in recent times for the club but is hopeful of winning a
place back in the starting line-up soon.
The Liberia star struggled with injuries last season and
made just 11 Premiership appearances for the Brazilians.
The 33-year-old has also had some knocks to contend with in
2018/19 and is yet to make a match-day squad for the Pitso Mosimane-coached
Nonetheless, Laffor says he is hopeful of making his mark
for the side in the near future though he is fully supportive of the rest of
He said: "I got injured in training and I was
recovering well. I went to play for my country and after the game against Congo
I got injured on my knee. But soon you guys will see me on the pitch.
"It's frustrating, but it's football. The only thing
you need to do is be humble and keep your feet on the ground. That's the most
"That's what I have been doing. The guys in the team
have been doing well and I am very much supportive.
"For me I don't pay attention to individuals, I pay
attention to what the team is doing. When the team is doing well I am happy,
and I just hope and pray that I get the groove very soon.
"We [Liberia] also have a game against Zimbabwe very
soon, so I need to prepare very well and see how best I can handle the
situation. I am not far [from making a return]."