'Tyson' has affirmed that he trusts that he will be as yet playing for the following five years, in spite of turning 32 in December.
Hlatshwayo joined Orlando Pirates last year from the now old Bidvest Wits FC and turned into the commander under previous mentor Josef Zinnbauer last season.
"For me in the following five years, I'll continue to go as long as I can, on the grounds that God gave me the ability and God is the one in particular who can take it," he told PSL Now.
"What's more, I don't think I'll be lost in a game, since that is all I know in my life. The sport of football has shown me life. I've found out with regards to life after football. So for my purposes, that is in the following five years I will in any case be running.
"Presently I'm 31 I'm turning 32 in December this year, for my purposes, I'd say is to reward the game. What's more, presently on the grounds that as footballers we can never under any circumstance reimburse how the game has helped us. I feel like the game has transformed us.
"The ball is siphoned, it ricochets for anybody you know, and it doesn't have a clue who siphons it. Also, for me to reward the game is to truly progress admirably, to be a guide to one more Tyson to another Thulani. Furthermore, have another Thulani and collectively, yet as a nation to be in a public group."
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