The midfielder, who joined SuperSport Feyenoord academy in January 2003, impressed during the recent African Youth Championships in Rwanda, and national Under-20 coach Serame Letsoaka will be hoping he can do the same in Egypt at the World Cup.
"I am very excited for Kamo, he has worked hard for this opportunity. He is now focused to further develop his career in Europe," Mokotjo's manager Ashley Kotzin of Forwardzone says.
"I have seen him develop since he was 12 years old and he has always been a focused and disciplined player, wanting to make it in Europe."
Mokotjo could well follow the route of Kermit Erasmus who has begun scoring goals again since being loaned out from Feyenoord to Excelsior. Erasmus' confidence is growing daily, according to Kotzin.
"Kermit scored again the other day and since being loaned out he is smiling again, getting goals and developing quickly. The way Feyenoord use Excelsior as a place to let fringe players get game-time is perfect for the likes of Kamo and Kermit," Kotzin says.