Ntshumayelo, the former Orlando Pirates and SuperSport United midfielder, was signed by the Telkom Knockout Cup champions on Monday after impressing coach Wedson Nyirenda in a week-long trial.
"He didn't get enough time to train [yet]. This week we've only trained twice and it's not like we did something... we haven't even played a friendly. I think on Friday we'll play one, but obviously he is showing a positive attitude you see, it shows he wants to play football," Semenya tells KickOff.com.
"That's what I can tell you for now because it's all about the attitude, his attitude towards training is positive, it shows he welcomes this opportunity with both hands.
"At this stage [of the season] what we need is experienced players that can sustain this pressure that we are in you see. So we need every help we can get from a senior player like him. Like I said his attitude in training is positive, it means when it comes to games he will also help.
"But I can't talk about something that has not happened yet, already he hasn't played a single game yet, so I can't be judging a person based on that so it will be unfair of me to be judging him already. But what I can tell you is, the attitude towards training is positive."