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Mweene: Success will never be enough

Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene

Mamelodi Sundowns goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene says he will never get tired of success as he prepares to face AmaZulu in the club's DStv Premiership opener.

Mweene was on top form for the Brazilians as he made four penalty shootout saves against Kaizer Chiefs to secure the side's passage to the semi-finals of the MTN8.

The Zambian international admits that is wasn't Sundowns' best performance as they let slip a two-nil lead before drawing the match 2-2.

Speaking ahead of this weekend's tie, he said on the club's website: "I think it wasn't the best of performances, but considering that it’s the first game of the season obviously there will be some shortcomings in terms of fitness, the cohesion in the team and it could show when we were playing.

"It doesn't matter how we won it, at the end of the day it's a trophy which has eluded us for so many years since I've been at Sundowns.

"For me personally, I need this trophy more than anything, I think it is the only thing [that I don’t have] in my trophy cabinet. We were disappointed, we were leading 2-0, then ending up giving away the lead [but] it was one of those games. It was the first game of the season, it was the first 90 minutes we played [plus extra time] we will always find those shortcomings."

Mweene, who has won all trophies on offer in South Africa, apart from the MTN8, added: "Success will never be enough. I am saying that because you can never get enough of it, if you have the feeling of playing in the Champions League final [and] going to the FIFA World Club it's something which every player wants to do.

"At the end of the day that's my personal ambition because I can not say that I've got enough now."