Mamelod Sundowns midfielder Aubrey Ngoma has examined his life at Masandaw while stating that he could have moved somewhere else.

The PSL champions completed the transfer of the winger after a long pursuit from Cape Town City where he was instrumental in the Cape side’s maiden season in theĀ 2016/17 PSL campaign.
At City, he really captured the imagination by forming a devastating duo along with Lebogang Manyama and they won the Telkom Knockout trophy just 144 days after the club was formed.
Ngoma scooped Telkom Knockout Player of the Tournament award and the PSL Midfielder of the Season, receiving his awards on crutches.
After joining Sundowns, 29-year-old has not had it easy and explained that the timing of joining the club contributed to the delay in hitting the ground running
Ngoma says that he struggled due to injury and was overweight, which was a factor in adapting to his new club.
”Obviously, I joined the team coming from a long injury and I struggled a bit with my weight and my fitness,” Ngoma tells the Siya crew.
”I had to focus on losing the few kilograms and improving my fitness, but I think at the moment I’m in the best shape. I’ve shed some kilos and I’m feeling a little lighter now, and you must understand that Sundowns is a very top team.
”We’ve got good players in the team and whoever is on the field is capable of delivering for the team. It just a matter of me pushing, pushing and waiting for my chance.
”When it comes I have to make sure that I grab it with both hands.”
The player was mum on reported interest from Kaizer Chiefs ahead of the January transfer window as he shoved the question.
With the January transfer window no far away, we expect new developments to unfold over the winger’s future.