Maritzburg United forward Judas Moseamedi has shared with KickOff.com his ultimate dream move in football before he decides to hang up his boots in years to come.
Moseamedi, 26, has opened up on his desire to further his football career abroad and, should he fail to do so, he would rather be with Maritzburg than Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates or Mamelodi Sundowns.
The former Cape Town City man has been a key figure for the Team of Choice this season, scoring seven goal in 26 appearances across all competitions, and has since explained his “luck” under coach Eric Tinkler.
“It's just confidence. After leaving Cape Town City I struggled a lot to get to the form I once had at Aces, and as I grew older the body just changed and all that,” Moseamedi tells KickOff.com.
“Arriving at Free State Stars there were problems still because I didn't contribute the way I had expected, the confidence was down.
“So, when I moved this side, I was lucky because the people who were coaching here are the ones who I started my career with, so the memories I had with them boosted my confidence.”
On his future, the self-confessed Pirates supporter is eyeing a move abroad as he rejects the conventional target of ending up at one of the PSL’s big three.
“The thing that I want to see happening before I retire is to get out of Mzansi, and be a regular for our national team. That's what I want to achieve before I retire,” he adds.
“For now, my mind is focused on overseas. If that doesn't succeed then I would prefer to stay here in South Africa, but still I would choose to play for Maritzburg.”