Nkosi, who rejoined Chiefs at the beginning of the season from Golden Arrows, believes that their success was through hard work and determination which led to their league and a cup double triumph.
“It’s been a great season for me. It even exceeded my expectations and the fact that we even won the league and the Nedbank Cup makes it even more great,” Nkosi told Goal.
The former SuperSport United midfielder wants to emulate his “first” season at AmaKhosi with another splendid performance next season.
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However, he knows that only hard work will do if they are to defend their two titles, and Nkosi also wants to focus on helping the team do well.
“I wasn’t even aware that I am going into my last season with Chiefs, but then I believe I still have to work hard to achieve more with this team, just like we did in the past season,” said Nkosi.
“However, I would love to put the success of the team first and then individual goals will follow afterwards,” added Nkosi.
Although Nkosi found it difficult to be a regular in the Chiefs' starting line-up, but he often raised his game whenever he was given the opportunity to start ahead of Reneilwe Letsholonyane and other central midfielders.
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