“We are very proud to have Percy in our team; there is always space for him to learn from the tactics of the team from the coaches and the senior players. He has a role in our team and I think we really need to guide him well and try to give the right instructions.
“He has got talent, no doubt about it, we just need to nature it well and try to show him the right direction in terms of football language,” said Kekana.
Tau was recalled to Sundowns from his loan spell at Witbank Spurs by coach Pitso Mosimane, and the 22-year-old has been in flying form since.
The Witbank-born attacker has responded well whenever Mosimane deployed him on the pitch, making him one of the most influential players, creating a certain level of expectation every time he came on – something he says he always looked forward to.
“Everyone has a responsibility within the team and it happens that I am always just on the team, they don’t judge me with being young. I am enjoying that, I have always wanted it – it is good to that expectation from people because it says ‘Percy you need to do more’,” explained Tau.