‘SpiderKid’ walked away with the Telkom Knockout goalkeeper of the tournament award today, along with a R100 000 cheque for his efforts. In fact, Amakhosi players swept across the board winning all four of the awards on offer from the goalkeeper to the striker’s award. Khune has hailed the entire team. “I’m proud of myself and the team... I’m proud to be a part of this team,” he says. “I also salute the supporters for being behind us at all times,” he says. In Khune’s absence during the quarterfinals match against Free State Stars in the Telkom Knockout Arthur Bartman kept a clean and the team finished the tournament without conceding a goal in the four games they played. The Bafana keeper feels Chiefs’ strong goalkeeping department is the reason behind his success. “Yeah, it is. It is not easy for me and I wouldn’t like to tell myself that I’m the number one in the team. There is no time to relax. All the other goalkeepers are pushing me and I’m on my toes,” Khune adds.