Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Sammy Seabi says he will continue to work and fight for his place at the PSL club.
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The 25-year-old midfielder joined the Brazilians from Polokwane City in 2019 and has played just a handful of games.
Seabi struggled with an injured ankle that kept him sidelined for
over two months but returned to challenge again for his chance in a
packed midfield alongside the likes of Hlompho Kekana, Andile Jali and
Speaking to FARPost, Seabi said: "It has been one and half month back
training with the rest of the squad now so I am ready to take any
challenge, be it physical or mentally.
"I am a man of patience, I know where I come from it has not been
easy for me for the past few years when I started being a professional
so I know the struggle."
Seabi secured a contract with Downs after four seasons with Rise and Shine and has no plans to rush his development.
"I have grown to be a patient person so I will just wait for time as
coach (Pitso Mosimane) always tells us that our time will come so my
time will come," he added.
"I know for sure and I believe in myself, I didn't come to Sundowns
just to add numbers, no! I came to make a mark so my time is coming."
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