Bruce Bvuma is one of three goalkeepers picked by mentor Hugo Broos and was on the seat when they pounded Ethiopia 3-1 away from home in the first of their two qualifiers this month, with the return leg in Johannesburg on Tuesday night.
"I was not anxious for the game. I realized we were sufficient to win. We have messed around like this before on the landmass with Chiefs," the objective minder was cited as saying on the Amakhosi site.
"I generally had the expectation that we would return despite the fact that they evened out. I realized we would return and we did. We are feeling better and glad to have won away from home. The focuses are significant for us as a nation and presently we are back home hoping to follow through with the task."
Bvuma has hailed the current yield as the future, particularly with Broos picking to go for youthful players to work for what's to come.
The mentor said cautioned South Africans not to hope to fit the bill for the World Cup in Qatar one year from now as he is as of now reconstructing.
"We have another age of players and being essential for this group makes me need to work more earnestly," Bvuma said.
"As we are driving the gathering, we need to dominate our matches, center around ourselves and get greatest focuses and ideally go as far as possible."
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