Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Fatau Dauda believes he needs to do more after keeping a clean sheet on his Absa Premiership debut on Saturday.
The Ghana number one glovesman replaced Senzo Meyiwa in the 69th minute due to injury after the Bucs had conceded the game’s only goal against Mamelodi Sundowns.
Meyiwa is said to have suffered from cramps and could spend some days in the treatment.
Despite impressing on his debut, Dauda believes there is more to be done to earn more game time.
"I don't know what will happen in the next game. I have got a taste today, but now I need to work harder to impress the coaches," the former AshantiGold player said in a post match interview.