The Alexandra-born star has showered his teammate Ntshangase with praise and he believes that the midfielder will soon take the PSL by storm
Kaizer Chiefs striker Lebogang Manyama has revealed that he admires midfielder Siphelele Ntshangase and says he always wanted to play with him in the same team.
The former Cape Town City skipper said the ex-Black Leopards creative attacker’s special talent means that he has a bright future ahead of him.
“The player I have always wanted to play with in the same team… I think it has to be Siphelele Ntshangase,” Manyama told the SABC.
In a ddition, the 27-year-old former Ajax Cape Town and SuperSport United forward says the Amakhosi number 10 has the potential of taking the South African football by storm.
“I saw him while he was still at Leopards. I think he has a bright future and he is heading in the right direction,” added the former Konyaspor attacker.
“I could see from far that he was very good, but now I train with him every day and I realise that the guy is very talented and soon, I think he is going to take South Africa by storm,” he concluded.
With Manyama having joined the Soweto giants during the recent transfer window, he has already played two matches for Chiefs in the Premier Soccer League (PSL).
He made his debut against the Citizens and contributed in a 4-1 win at the Cape town Stadium and also played a crucial role when they defeated AmaZulu last Saturday at the FNB Stadium.
Despite failing to challenge for the MTN8 Cup, Amakhosi are now hoping to lift a trophy or two under coach Giovanni Solinas, who replaced Steve Komphela.
However, they have turned the corner by winning three league matches in a row so far, and Manyama will also hope to remain key for the side as they want to remain consistent.