The midfielder’s loan deal expires at the end of the season but he said he is yet to hear what will happen when his stay in Durban ends. “That’s football; I have not heard anything but I think it’s important to do well where I am,” Langwe told the Usuthu website. “Sometimes you just have to excel, give your best and the rest will follow.”
Wits own the player but from how things are it does not look like he will go back to Braamfontein. Langwe said he has nothing else to do apart from dishing out good displays for Steve Barker’s club. “I am enjoying myself here and I guess we will see what happens as time goes by,” he said.
“I think the best way that I can show my gratitude to AmaZulu for giving me such an opportunity is to perform at my best level.” Usuthu are bottom of the table and face Polokwane City this evening. Langwe believes they can survive the drop.
“It’s all up to us. But just looking at the camp and the mood, we are all working towards one goal,” he said. “I mean a win against Polokwane City can see us out. We just have to continue working hard and not think we have achieved the goal.”
The host City at Princess Magogo Stadium and kickoff is at 7.30pm.
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