SuperSport United defender Clayton Daniels has praised Dean Furman as a fighter who made a huge impact in the PSL and national team.
Furman is leaving SuperSport United after five years of service and has received high praises from his teammates.
Daniels says the Camps Bay-born midfielder brought something refreshing to the league and especially in their camp as he showed extreme hunger coming from Europe.
"I've learnt so much about Dean Furman, as a player and person, but one thing that stands out for me about him is the mentality," Daniels tells KickOff.com.
"I think he brought something to the country, having a never-say-die attitude and his professionalism. He's a great player we are losing as SuperSport United.
"I wish him all the best in his future, wherever he goes. I'm sure he will make an impact and I'm sure we will meet again.
"I hope one day he will return to the country and give back what he has learnt throughout his career. He's got unmatched mentality."
In his five seasons, Furman led Matsatsantsa to seven cup finals including two Nedbank Cup and MTN8 wins and three runners-up medals in the Telkom Knockout, MTN8 and CAF Confederation Cup.