Mosimane - whose charges square up against Ivory Coast on Saturday in the Nelson Mandela Challenge - says he will use the team's upcoming friendly games to assess all his players as he starts his build up to the 2014 World Cup qualifiers, which kick off in June next year. Musa Bilankulu (Golden Arrows), Granwald Scott (Ajax Cape Town), George Lebese (Kaizer Chiefs) and Siyabonga Nontshinga (Jomo Cosmos) have all been called up to the national team for the first time. Both Punch Masenamela (Mamelodi Sundowns) and Turkish-based striker Bradley Grobler - who are also part of Mosimane's squad - have previously been called up but are yet to make their debut for Bafana. "We have 28 players so that we do not overburden them since we have two friendly matches to play,"says Mosimane. "This is a good opportunity for some young players to prove their worth. I would like to have a look at some of the players that have been outstanding in the league and deserve a chance at national level. "It is up to them to seize the opportunity because there is no player whose place is secure in this team," Mosimane adds. Mosimane - who has also been encouraged to look at players like Swedish-based striker May Mahlangu - pointed out that he had not shut the door on other players. "It is a long road and we will continue to assess all the players. Those who stand out will get their chance," he says.