Cape Town - Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Keagan Dolly insists he won't rest on his laurels as he continues to focus on improving in the coming campaign.
The 23-year-old has enjoyed a stellar year for both club and country, helping Downs to the 2015/16 Premiership title, as well as captaining South Africa's U23s at the recently concluded Rio Olympic games.
While he has certainly established himself as one of the rising stars in South African football, Dolly insists he still has room for improvement.
"I have been learning since the first day that I played football," the Johannesburg-born player told journalists. "Now every game I play am learning more.
"Learning will never end and that's why am grateful that I played my part in the Olympics because it was another learning curve for me.
"It's the same at Sundowns. I learn in every game that I play and I will continue learning, and that helps me develop and improve my game."