New Supersport United man Siphesihle Ndlovu has opened on becoming the latest recruit for at SuperSport United.
Matsantsantsa announced on Friday that they had secured the services of ex-Orlando Pirates midfielder Siphesihle Ndlovu on a one year deal with the option to extend. The 25-year-old has since opened up about his switch to Pretoria.
"A great move for me and a great move for my career," said Ndlovu.
"I’m very excited to join SuperSport. At the age of fifteen, I had an opportunity to come and play for SuperSport but unfortunately I wasn’t picked up. So I’m very grateful to now be here at SuperSport.
"It’s not really something that is new. It’s not a home that is brand new to me. I’m very excited and delighted. I can’t wait to wear the blue and white shirt."
Ndlovu will now ply his trade under Gavin Hunt, a most who brought three consecutive premiership tittle at his last stint with SuperSport and is well on his way to building a team can challenge for the tittle once again, having lost just game in his last five.
"We have a coach who is winner. A coach who ambitious. SuperSport has won a lot of trophies in the last seven years and I want to be a pot of that history, I want to be make history with SuperSport United," he added.
Supersport United are set for a crunching encounter against Kaizer Chiefs this Saturday at the FNB Stadium and Ndlovu has called on SuperSport supporters to rally behind the team.
"I’d like to say to the supporters, let them support the team. Let them keep pushing us and that they should come in numbers. We’re hoping for greater things. We’re hoping to finish as high as possible in the league."