Siphelele Ntshangase seeks regular game time at Kaizer Chiefs

The Amakhosi midfielder insists that he is not bothered with where the coach plays him

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Siphelele Ntshangase is keen aim to improve his game in order to cement his place in the team's starting line-up.

The attacking midfielder has failed to command a regular spot at the Naturena-based side since joining Amakhosi from Baroka FC in January 2018.

"It's obvious that I would need to play regularly to regain my form and the confidence will go up,” Ntshangase said to Daily Sun.

"It's all about time and as time goes, it will show. We do have one-on-ones with the coach and he tells me where I need to improve. The most important thing is that I must not lose the ball," he added.

Ntshangase, who is an attacking midfielder by trade, has featured as a central midfielder under Amakhosi coach Ernst Middendorp.

"As a player, you are not born for a specific position and if the coach feels you have to play in another position because he sees your qualities, you have to adjust to that,” added the former Baroka FC player.

Article continues below

"I can't make promises, but what I can tell you is that I know my responsibility. But the most important thing is that this is not about me and it's about the team as a collective,” he concluded.

Ntshangase has featured in 19 matches in all competitions this season and grabbed two assists for the Glamour Boys.

Chiefs are set to host Maritzburg United in a Premier Soccer League (PSL) match this weekend.