Mnyamane not pleased with his personal performance for SuperSport United

Mnyamane has taken to life quickly with the three-time PSL champions as he has established himself well in Stuart Baxter’s engine room

SuperSport United midfielder Thabo Mnyamane is not surprised how quickly he has settled and adapted to life at the club but admits he needs to improve his performances.

“I think the support and welcome from my teammates and technical team helped me to settle well. I’m not sure with the level of my performance. I still think I can do better,” Mnyamane told Goal.

The 23-year-old joined Matsatsantsa player from city rivals the University of Pretoria following their relegation to the NFD at the end of last season.

Mnyamane has found the net seven times from 28 appearances in all competitions since joining the club as he has made his spot in the starting eleven already.

The support from experienced players like Jeremy Brockie, Reneilwe Letsholonyane, Morgan Gould and Dean Furman contributed to Mnyamane’s comfortable but impressive start to life in Blue.

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“Everyone knows the quality of the players in the team. Everyone was able to settle quickly. It didn’t take long for me since pre-season to know I’m part of this team.

“For an individual, it helps a lot if everyone welcomes you well into the team. So the support from the guys have been very, very positive and I appreciate it each and every game, each and every day,” Mnyamane said.

The Johannesburg-born player helped the club to the Nedbank Cup semi-final with a 5-3 penalty shootout win over Kaizer Chiefs at the FNB Stadium on Saturday.

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