Kaizer Chiefs youngster Nkosingiphile Ngcobo has responded to his progress under Stuart Baxter.
Ngcobo was a regular for Amakhosi last season under the leadership of Gavin Hunt who was sacked at the end of last season.
The player has found himself on the bench following the arrival of Baxter to Naturena.
The player was also a part of the Olympic squad that travelled Tokyo, but that seems not to be enough for Baxter to give the player some game time.
Speaking to the media the player has commented on his progress under Baxter.
"I am pushing in training and trying to understand the coach, collect information and make sure that I show it on the field," he said.
The player added that for him coming as a sub is always tough because he is expected to come and change the game.
Ngcobo was introduced in the second half when Chiefs suffered a defeat by Royal AM last week.
He said in the few minutes he got from that game he did not perform badly and believes that he can improve if he gets more minutes on the field.
Amakhosi will be back in action tomorrow when they visit Marumo Gallants.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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