“I am simply waiting for my opportunity to come, and when it does, I will grasp it with both hands. Our main focus is finishing in the top eight and I believe I have what it takes to help the club get there,” said Nyatama.
Despite Sundowns 1-0 defeat to SuperSport in the Pretoria derby on Sunday, Nyatama said he believes that his team can still improve and finish on a high.
“The league is not yet over, we just need to pick ourselves up and continue working hard. We had a bad start, but somehow we managed to get put ourselves into shape, and so I believe that we can still do well,” he said.
The arrival of former Bafana coach, Pitso Mosimane has had a positive impact on the whole squad.
“Well the coach came when everyone was struggling and he got us to believe in ourselves and our football. What is more interesting is that, when he came in, he treated all of us equally. That is why I am still hoping and waiting patiently for my time to come.
“Over the past few months, things have not been easy, as we had to adapt to his style of play, but eventually we are happy with where we are now, compared to where we are coming from."