Orlando Pirates and Ghana goalkeeper Fatau Dauda has revealed that he is not leaving the Soweto giants anytime soon despite a lack of game time.
Dauda was once urged to leave Pirates in order to enhance his chances of making it to the 2014 Fifa World Cup in Brazil, but the 28-year-old shot-stopper said that he was told to be patient.
�I cannot come back to Ghana on loan or even go to another club. It�s not possible, because my club has told me that I have to be patient and I will get my time,� Dauda said.
�So, that�s what I am hoping for; to get some playing time and play actively."
Dauda who spent five years at AshGold before his move to the Buccaneers at the beginning of the season, has vowed to keep working hard.
�Ghanaians love me and that is why they are all talking about my lack of playing time for my team. That is cool with me. I just have to train well, because for me I believe if I work hard I will get the chance to play again,� he added.
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