Bloemfontein Celtic winger Khethokwakhe Masuku has praised the club’s professional set-up and ‘mind-blowing’ facilities.
The 30-year-old was one of seven new players unveiled in front at the Dr Molemela Stadium on Sunday.
The former Orlando Pirates winger insists that is impressed with the club’s facilities, adding it has a sense of professionalism about it.
‘I am happy to be part of the family already. The facilities here (Siwelele Park) are absolutely mind blowing. There is that element of professional setup that immediately drives one to work hard,’ Masuku told the Bloemfontein Celtic website.
‘After the unveiling, I told my wife that in my entire football career, I have never experienced such breath-taking mood and resounding welcome,’ he continues.
The Royal Eagles winger went on to say that he would like to repay his faith in the fans by winning silverware at Siwelele Park.
‘We were truly dumbfounded and even heard the guys saying that such a welcome from the supporters must be complimented with a silverware come end of the season,’ he added.
‘You see, that has reignited the winning mentality and I personally felt honoured to be welcomed like a hero even before kicking a ball for Celtic.’
Image: Orlando Pirates website