Chiefs before Bafana, says Majoro
Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Lehlohonolo Majoro says he is putting his focus entirely on his club, and that his football will determine whether he can nail down a starting place in the Bafana Bafana squad.
Majoro saw his playing time in the South Africa team become less and less frequent under former coach Pitso Mosimane, but Gordon Igesund has since been installed at the helm, boosting the hopes of the national team's fringe players.
"I'm not focusing on anything outside Chiefs at the moment before the season starts," he told SuperSport.
"All I have to do is focus. I cannot control whether I'm selected or not. I must perform at club level and if the coach feels I am national team quality then he will call me.
"As I've said, there is so much talent here (in South Africa). I haven't been in the PSL long so I have work to do."
Looking ahead to the upcoming PSL season, the playmaker admits he has been delighted with the way Amakhosi have gone about their preparations under new coach Stuart Baxter.
He added: "This has been my best pre-season ever. My body is fresh and the coach has really done his job. I feel fit for the season."