THERE is a feeling Vusa Ngwenya represents the future at Dynamos.
The 18-year-old, who joined Dynamos at the age of 12, was promoted to the senior team from their Division Two developmental side at the beginning of this season.
It speaks volumes about his potential.
He says his mission is to leave a huge mark at the country’s biggest and most successful club.
“To me, Dynamos means life. I’m very committed to Dynamos. The club have helped me improve my football skills for a long time now.
“There is so much competition in the team but I am always working hard to be prepared when my chance comes as I should be able to grab it.
“The promotion to the senior team has made me learn a lot from my seniors.
“I believe that doing all this will help me put my club Dynamos at a higher level.
“When Dynamos become great, I will be a great player as well, that’s my dream.”
Dynamos assistant coach, Lloyd “MaBlanyo” Chigove believes Ngwenya is one of the future top players at Dynamos and the country.
“He is one for the future, he is a top player and is technically sound.
“He is a top-flight player and the reason why he is registered in the 30-man squad,” he said.