Motupa secured the two moves during the current transfer period after spending last season on loan at Baroka FC from Orlando Pirates.
“Everyone is shocked wherever I go they ask me, actually which team you are playing for,” Motupa was quoted as saying by SowetanLive.
“Football is a business, it’s not personal. As a player, if I don’t perform then I will lose my job. Things can change any time. I was not really surprised because in football anything can happen. When it came I accepted it.”
“They (Wits) are a team with ambition and when their offer came I was very pleased because I want to win trophies.
“Scoring goals is not a problem for me but then it’s not about me, it’s about the team.”
Motupa also reflected on the time he spent with Pirates, saying he learned a lot from the club.
“I learned a lot at Pirates and it built my character. I appreciate the time I had with the team, it was good for me.
“The only part that was [limited] game time, but I don’t fault anyone it was just the situation. In actual fact I was motivated. All a footballer wants is to play football,” Motupa concluded.
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