Monday Aug 08, 2016. 14:08
New Bidvest Wits forward Mogakolodi Ngele is looking forward to the 2016/17 Absa Premiership season with his new club.
The Botswana international completed his move to the Braamfontein side on-loan from South African giants Mamelodi Sundowns last month.
Nicknamed Tsotso, Ngele struggled for game-time during the 2015/16 campaign at Sundowns and he has since joined Wits where he hopes to enjoy his football again.
"It is very good to be here. I didn't play regularly at my previous team," Ngele told E.tv's eShibobo.
"But I wanted to play more games. I think there's a difference between being fit and match fitness," he added.
The 25-year-old midfielder-cum-striker explained that he was eager to help Wits challenge for trophies in the new campaign.
"There's always pressure to perform on the field of play. I think the fans should judge me on my perform.
"For me it is about team work not personal glory. I would like to help the team win trophies. It is not about me as an individual."
Ngele became the second Botswana player in history to win the Absa Premiership title last season with Sundowns.