Cape Town - Orlando Pirates interim coach Rulani
Mokwena is not thinking about how recent results will impact his chance of
taking the hot seat permanently with the Buccaneers.
Mokwena has had a tough start to his head coaching stint
after the sudden resignation of Milutin Sredojevic.
The Soweto giants have since been knocked out of two
competitions under Mokwena - they have been eliminated from the MTN8 and CAF
Champions League in the last two weeks.
The former Mamelodi Sundowns insisted he is only concerned
with turning Pirates' fortunes around and not about job security.
Mokwena told reporters: "Not at all. I think that it's
not about me. Every time I come out, I carry a different responsibility.
"Unfortunately, when you are put into a leadership
position, you can’t be selfish, and you can't think about yourself.
"It would be extremely unwise for me to think about
myself and getting this position.
"The chairman always says that the moment finds the man
and the man doesn't find the moment."
The Buccaneers next face Golden Arrows in Absa Premiership
clash on Wednesday evening.
Kick-off is at 19:30.