Tuesday Apr 17, 2018. 12:00
Botswana international Mogakolodi Ngele has told the media that he wants to be at a club where he can play regularly.
The left-footed forward is currently on loan at SuperSport United from Mamelodi Sundowns having joined the club during the January, 2018 transfer window.
Ngele struggled for game time at Sundowns - making only one appearence in the South African Absa Premiership this season and he asked the club to loan him out.
“I am the one who asked to leave because it can be frustrating," Ngele said on KickOff.
"It does not help when you are not playing, so I told my agent that I want to leave and he communicated with them [Sundowns].
However, the 27-year-old attacker dodged questions about whether or not he sees a future with Sundowns.
"The coach [Pitso Mosimane] spoke with me before the start of the season, we had a one-on-one. He told me what he expects from me," he continued.
“I have enjoyed myself at SuperSport, but I have struggled with a hamstring injury since I returned from the national team.
Asked if he sees a future with Sundowns, Ngele said: “I want to be part of a team where I can get a chance to play.”
The former Uniao Flamengo Santos forward has made six league appearances for SuperSport - netting once in the process.