“As a player you have to grow up at some stage. You should get better every season. I believe I have grown this season and am becoming a better player,” Pule told Daily Sun.
“I also think the coach believes in me, and I just have to believe more in myself to get more game-time,” he said.
The quality in the Students quality made it hard for the 25-year-old attacker to stake his claim.
“A team like this has a lot of quality and it is not easy to break into the starting eleven, but now that I have the opportunity I will grab it with both hands," he continued.
“I have worked hard to impress the coach in the last two years and now I can tell I’m slowly getting there. But I know I will need to stay consistent,” Pule added.
The defending league champions have struggled this season having collected only five points from seven matches, leaving them second from-bottom.
“We will turn things around. When you’re the champions it is never easy but you have to show that you’re the champs by fighting back,” Pule concluded.