BIDVEST Wits’ on-form winger, Vincent Pule, believes it’s about time he made his mark for the Absa Premiership champions.
The 25-year-old joined Wits from former National First Division side African Warriors in 2014.
The past two seasons have not been easy for him, but now Pule is starting to see light at the end of tunnel.
He has featured in all of Wits’ matches played this season and made a good impression on head coach Gavin Hunt to become a regular in the Clever Boys setup.
“As a player you have to grow up at some stage. You should get better every season.
“I believe I have grown this season and am becoming a better player. I also think the coach believes in me, and I just have to believe more in myself to get more game-time,” said Pule.
Pule made only six appearances in all competitions for the Premiership and MTN8 champions last season.
He reveals that he pushed hard to break into the first team and says it has not been an easy journey.
Talking to SunSport Pule said: “A team like this has a lot of quality and it is not easy to break into the starting XI, but now that I have the opportunity I will grab it with both hands.
“I have worked hard to impress the coach in the last two years and now I can tell I’m slowly getting there. But I know I will need to stay consistent,” said the player.
Wits have been struggling to get good results in the Premiership. They have only collected five points in six fixtures and are currently in unfamiliar 15th place.
“We will turn things around. When you’re champions it is never easy but you have to show that you’re the champs by fighting back,” said Pule.