Ugandan goalie Denis Masinde Onyango has set his eyes on yet another league title in South Africa after guiding Mamelodi Sundowns to the top of the PSL log.
The Uganda Cranes captain was in top form and bagged man of the match accolade in the 2-0 win over Golden Arrows.
“Definitely [I want to win a fourth league title],” Onyango is quoted by Kick Off. “There are a lot of guys as well who have won it many times and they want to win again,” he added.
The former SC Villa and St. George custodian won the league with SuperSport United in 2008/09 and 2009/10 and also with the Brazilians last year.
But despite sitting top on 50 points with a game in hand and one point ahead, Onyango says the challenge lies ahead and as a team, they must not be carried away.
Having said that, it is a challenge for us also to make history at the club. We believe that we can do it and the challenge rises ahead of us.
But we are taking it easy and we are playing one game at a time. We know we are on top of the log at the moment, but it’s not all over. We need to win our next three/four games to see where the league will go.
Onyango and Sundowns play again on Monday away to title rivals Bidvest Wits at Bidvest Stadium.