ZIMBABWE international defender Victor Kamhuka has described his national team debut as a great experience.
The Royal Malaysia Police player made his first appearance for the Warriors on Monday in a 2-0 defeat to Zambia.
Speaking to H-Metro Sport yesterday, the towering defender said the focus now shifts to the World Cup qualifiers.
“It was a great experience to be part of the team. It was not a result we wanted but in football we have to accept the result and shift our focus.
“What is important now is to go back to our clubs and work very hard so that we get positive results in the upcoming fixtures. Like I always say, national team callups are earned. So I am going to work very hard and see how it goes,” said Kamhuka.
The former Dynamos defender said he will not hesitate to come if the technical team considers him in future.
He said he is one player who prefers his work to do the talking.
“I am always available for national duty. I didn’t hesitate when I received the initial call last year unfortunately I couldn’t come due to travelling complications.
“And when I was called for these games, it was just a yes and that will be the same in the future. But I am one player who prefers my work to do the talking,” said Kamhuka.