AmaZulu’s new defender Roscoe Pietersen said his move to the club will give him a chance to make a mark for himself in the Absa Premiership.
The 26 year old former SuperSport United player said he is grateful for the opportunity given to him to be with AmaZulu.
“I am excited to be here. The training has been great and the rest of the players are amazing. I have only been here for a short period of time but I have learned a lot from coach Steve Barker.
“I think joining this club will give me a platform to prove my worth and I am working hard on getting more game time,” said Pietersen.
Speaking about the high level of training and the pressure in the club at the moment, he said that will make every player to work extra hard.
“Everyone is working extra hard here, I don’t think there are any favourites – we are all given the same treatment.
“The mere fact that we are in this position is a motivating factor for us all. What is good is that one is playing with quality players so I also get to work hard and aim to improve my game at all times,” he said.
The former Chippa United who has battled a knee injury said he believes that injuries will not affect his stay at AmaZulu.
“It is every player’s wish not to get injuries, so I am hoping that I will be injury free,” he said.Share