Punch Masenamela weighing up Dikwena stay
Posted: 2 May 2015 Time: 09:43
Punch Masenamela says he is talking to his agent about making his loan move from Mamelodi Sundowns to Platinum Stars a permanent one.
The 28-year-old is enjoying football again since the switch to Rustenburg, having played 13 matches so far.
This is in stark contrast to his time at Chloorkop earlier in the season, when he found himself behind Tebogo Langerman and Mzikayise Mashaba in the left-back stakes.
"I'm happy that I'm playing now. If you ask any player how it is not being in the squad they will tell you how it feels … it is not nice," Masenamela says.
"When you're not in the squad, they will tell you how terrible it is and when you get a chance like this ... that when you enjoy everything.
"It was one of the situations you have to face: fight, fight, fight and pray. I cannot say it was luck, only God knows."
Masenamela adds: "That [making the loan move permanent] is something I'm talking with my agent; I can't tell you what’s gonna happen now.”
On Sunday, Masenamela will be facing his parent club, along with other loanees Bryce Moon, Eleazar Rodgers and Mogakolodi Ngele.