Orlando Pirates midfielder Tlou Segolela says he's only focused on working hard to command a regular place in the Bucs starting line-up despite Bucs adding new wingers
Pirates have reinforced their squad with two exciting wingers Thabo Rakhale who was on loan at Polokwane City last season and Thabo Qalinge who was signed from Mpumalanga Black Aces last week.
However, 26-year-old Segolela is unfazed by the arrival of the two wingers, and he could only discuss his own game when speaking exclusively to Goal.
"On the new signings, I don't want to comment on it. I will leave that one to the management," Segolela told Goal.
The Moletjie-born forward made only 10 Absa Premiership appearances last season and netted one league goal against Moroka Swallows.
"Obviously as a player, I really need game time, and by so doing, it doesn't come easy. I really have to work hard at training. I have to make sure when I get the opportunity in a competitive game I have to perform," he added.
"And ultimately I will have to leave everything to the coach to decide who plays at the end of the day," he concluded.
Segolela, who has two Bafana Bafana goals in six international caps, is reportedly on the wanted-list of Mpumalanga Black Aces.