Mashego showed up for South Africa in their 3-1 success in Ethiopia on Saturday that saw Bafana move to seven focuses in Group G.
The Cape Town City player has apparently persuaded Broos in preparing after the Belgian strategist had recently played Nyiko Mobbie out of position at left-back.
Mashego presently opened up on his first discussions with Broos, saying he is something other than a mentor on the pitch.
"The principal day when I came in, he called me and afterward he asked me 'were you shocked (with your call-up)' and I resembled 'no, I wasn't amazed'," Mashego told Bafana's media division.
"The he said 'no doubt, I was dazzled by how you play. You need to adhere to your game, you need to adhere to your solidarity'.
"The main thing that he needed from me, I need to consider my job a protector which is unique. Every single mentor will underline on, in case you are a protector to consistently ponder your job, which is to shield. Also, going ahead it's a reward.
"It's something that he told me, so it wasn't so hard to acclimate to his framework, in light of the fact that for me actually, he is an excellent mentor. Football-wise as well as he additionally needs to like you as an individual since when I came in he posed me individual inquiries like where do I stay, where do I come from and everything. So he needed to find out about me than football."
Bafana invite Ethiopia at the FNB Stadium at 18:00 around evening time.
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