‘RamaG’ tops the PSL scoring charts with six goals this season but is yet to receive get a look-in with Bafana Bafana coach Stuart Baxter.
However, he accepts the Brit must call the shots as he sees fit for the back-to-back World Cup qualifiers with Senegal.
“We don’t have control of that. Let the person doing the job, do their job. As for me I will keep working hard and wait for my chance,” the uncapped Ramagalela tells KickOff.com.
“We can't all be coaches, there is only one coach in South Africa which is our head coach Stuart Baxter. I believe if he can't call me he has his own reasons. He is the right person to answer all the questions. But for me I have to keep doing what I was doing before going forward.”
The 28-year-old has attributed his fine form to hard work and following the instructions of Rise and Shine coach Bernard Molekwa.
“You know Rama works hard,” says the former Mamelodi Sundowns forward.
“I work hard both on and off the field. I am a person who is working hard. I make sure I take all the instructions given by my coach and apply them on the field of play. It makes things easy the way I play.”