Cape Town City captain Thamsanqa Mkhize admits he would love to win the DStv Premiership before hanging up his boots.
The 34-year-old defender has just a 2016/17 Telkom Knockout and 2018/19 MTN8 winners medal in his locker that he won with City, as well as a 2009/10 MTN8 title from his time with Golden Arrows.
Before joining the Citizens in 2016, the right-back played for Maritzburg United, and he recently surpassed 200 appearances for City, to make him the most capped player for the club.
Speaking to the Sowetan, Mkhize said: “When I was growing up my dream was to play football professionally and I achieved that…I have already won three cups.
“I also got a chance to play for Bafana Bafana. Now winning the league is the only missing feat to complete my legacy.
“I am really determined to win the league before hanging up my boots…that’s my goal. I will work hard for it. As the captain I have to make my teammates believe that we can win the league…they must buy into my belief.”
Mkhize, who has played 205 games for the Citizens, scoring eight times, alongside 15 assists, added: “My body is still strong and I still have passion for football.
“I will think about quitting football the day my body starts to act funny. That’s when my passion will go away. I am in top shape at the moment because I take good care of my body.”