Orlando Pirates midfielder, Phillip Ndlondlo has admitted he does not deserve to be in the Bafana Bafana squad, based on his current form.
South Africa national team head coach, Hugo Broos has named his final squad for the upcoming friendlies against Mozambique and Angola respectively.
Ndlondlo is yet to score or assist for the Buccaneers in all competitions since his arrival from Marumo Gallants in the past transfer window.
Speaking exclusively to ThisIsFootball.Africa, the 27-year-old playmaker has insisted that he has not been good enough to deserve the Bafana Bafana call-up.
“I’m not worried honestly, because I guess it’s not the time to be there, but eventually, the time will come,” Ndlondlo said.
“I will always keep pushing myself, I will keep on working hard and do the right thing, because I think the reason I haven’t been called in the national team is that I haven’t given much.
“I need to push myself, I haven’t done more, I need to work hard, so I can properly earn the Bafana call up. The time will come.”
South Africa will host Mozambique on Thursday, 17 November at Mbombela Stadium before facing Angola three days later at the same venue.
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