Tinklar: I want to break into the first team

Tinklar Sinkala says he is looking forward to a time when he establishes himself in the main team.

The young midfielder from Masuano United FC joined Kabwe Warriors in the January transfer window but has already set his sights on succeeding at Railway Stadium.

In an Interview with Kabwe Warriors Media, Sinkala says he is determined to leave a mark on the team.

“It’s a dream that any player has in his career. To play at the top level,” Sinkala tells s827909177.onlinehome.us.

“I want to keep working hard in training and play in the first eleven.”

The 18-year old was named in the squad that played Lumwana Radiants in Solwezi as the Magnificent walked away with a 1-0 victory on Saturday.

“It was a great experience being named in the squad. My aim now is to get some minutes under my belt,” he adds.

Tinklar who is likened to Manchester United and France midfielder Paul Pogba by his team mates feels flattered by the comparisons.

“All the senior players have been good to me. They call me Paul Pogba in training which is encouraging. It means I am on the right track,” he concludes.

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