Maarten Stekelenburg was very happy with Shelembe's performance against SuperSport United in the MTN8 this weekend, and the youngster scored a well-taken goal in the first half of the 5-2 win at Cape Town Stadium. Lebo Manyama is another player that could potentially offset the absence of the 'Serero-factor', while 'Terror' Fanteni and Khama Billiat will also play their part by getting on the scoresheet – indeed they both netted braces against SuperSport. Judging by Friday night's performance, it appears that Shelembe has the potential to fill at least a sizable portion of the gap created by Serero's departure to Ajax Amsterdam. "Sici Shelembe is doing a great job there – I think he understands as a number 10 what we want, he finds the spaces between the lines [midfield and attack] – it's what we expect from that position, and he's doing very well. "Of course he's new but he did well and we are happy with his progress," Stekelenburg says. Meanwhile, Stekelenburg says no decision has been made on Mbulelo Mabizela's future: "'OJ' is training with us and we are busy seeing if we can sign him – it's part of a process – we look at the player and then we see if we can negotiate with him."