I will stay as long as Sundowns want me – Mosimane

Pitso Mosimane and Patrice Motsepe

Pitso Mosimane has revealed his eagarness to remain with Mamelodi Sundowns for a long time and suggested that his good relationship with club boss Patrice Motsepe could stand him in good stead to do so.

The former Bafana Bafana mentor recently celebrated his five-year anniversary with the club and said he would ,like to continue his stay with the Chloorkop based-outfit.

“When you are loved and liked. When the president speaks like that [praising him] then you should humble yourself,” Mosimane told Sunday Live.

“I have only coached two teams in the PSL. I will stay here as long as Sundowns want me. Do I want to leave this team? No I don”t want to leave; where am I going?

Masandawana sit at the summit of the PSL table following a 1-0 victory against Baroka and Mosimane”s side next face Maritzburg United, who swept aside Baroka 3-0 in their last encounter.

Despite being log-leaders, Mosimane said that his side should be wary of Fadlu Davids” side given their recent form.

“Hopefully, we broke the ice at home with Baroka. It”s been a little difficult at home because people have reinforced their defence. The good thing is that we are scoring early.

“Maritzburg is a typical example of this [defensive approach]. They hang in there and they go out on the break.

“They are a team on form, they have scored seven goals in two games. It”s going to be a difficult one,” Mosimane said.

“We need to put our experience into place because when you are on top of the log everybody shoots at you. The challenge you have sometimes on top is complacency,” he concluded.

-This story originally appeared on SportsClub.co.za