Mamelodi Sundowns star is happy with his contribution at the club.
Despite struggling for regular game time at the club is recent times, Sibusiso Vilakazi says he is happy with his contribution at the club so far.
The former Bidvest Wits star has been struggling to break into the club's starting eleven and injuries have also played a major role in derailing his career at the Tshwane based club.
The player was reportedly to be unhappy with the lack of game time at the club and he was linked with a potential loan exit.
Speaking to the media the player has suggested that even though he would have loved to be a regular, but seeing his teammates pushing the club to greater heights it makes it worth warning the bench.
"I am in a very good space in terms of contributing to the team whenever I am given a chance and I feel I have done very well," he said.
The player added that he is always looking forward to every training session with the team because that gives him to opportunity to participate.
He said he is happy for what he has contributed so far and all he has to do is to keep working hard and help the team to succeed because he believes it is what matters the most.
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