AmaZulu goalkeeper and Zimbabwe national, Tapuwa Kapini told Goal.com that he still wants to play for his country
Goal.com: How are you feeling, coming back from an injury?
Kapini: I am much better, and I believe I am in a better state to deliver for Usuthu.
Goal.com: What about your international career?
Kapini: I am not giving up on playing for my country. If I get a call-up I will make sure that I am available to play.
Goal.com: There seems to be great competition, with other goalkeepers raising their bar, how does that make you feel?
Kapini: I am proud of them, but I believe my experience is vital, and it can never be substituted.
Goal.com: Speaking about experience, what has been you observation on AmaZulu, since the league has resumed?
Kapini: Things have been good, as we have worked very hard and I hope that we will score more goals.
Goal.com: In the first match you kept a clean sheet, how important is that, to start on a high note?
Kapini: It feels good, because it gives you confidence as a goalkeeper.
Goal.com: What role do you think you guys need to play to ensure that the club does well?
Kapini: I think every senior player must take responsibility and stand up. There are younger players who look up to us, so we need to lead the way for them.