Ghanaian defender Edwin Gyimah has set sights on feating in all 30 league games for Sekhukhune United in the South African Premier League this season.
Gyimah has played in his side's 11 league games this term and wants to start in all the remaining 19 games left.
"I feel privileged to have played all the games so far because there are a lot of players who could have been preferred. Each and every player is hoping for more game time. It’s my intention to be in the XI in every game. It would be nice to play all the 19 games from now," the 30-year-old told Sowetan.
The Ghanaian aims to be disciplined to stave off suspensions to realise his aspiration to play all 30 games. Gyimah hopes God will help him to stay injury-free. He's yet to be yellow-carded this season.
“There could be injuries and yellow cards... I know but I will try by all means to be disciplined so that I will never miss action. I will keep on praying that I don’t get injured because that’s out of my control but God can help me in that part," he added.
"People doubted that I have changed when I joined Sekhukhune. Back then I had many problems in my life. I had some spiritual problems and I had to go to Ghana and fix everything. Now all is in the past... I am only focusing on football because I have no personal problems like before."