Seng Saravuth: I will work harder to get more playing time
August 20, 2019 - 9:36 AM | Article by Sophak
Seng Saravuth is committed to working hard as he aims to get more playing time after making his first Cambodian League start for Phnom Penh Crown last week.
The 25-year-old, who joined Phnom Penh Crown in June, was handed his first league start for the Red Singha during their 3-2 win over G.C National Police at the EDC Stadium.
Goals from Dzarma Bata, Mustafa Zazai, and Yeu Muslim ensured a hard-earned three points for Sum Vanna’s side, with Souza Matheus scoring a brace for G.C National Police.
The Phnom Penh Crown No. 9 believed that he needs to improve day by day as adaptation to the team’s style of play and understanding the nature of the match are keys that could help him settle well in the team.
Seng Saravuth told ppcfc.com: “I find that I have to continue to work, to know better, to understand the game mode of my teammates, and to contribute more for the team.
“I think I did an average performance [against G.C National Police], but the most important thing is the victory for our team. I need to improve the combinations with the other teammates, my displacement, and my finish.
“I will continue to work hard, and hopefully the coach would trust me and give me time to play. Every minute I play for the team, I will try to give the best as I can.
“I do not know as everything will depend on my adaptation to the team and style of play, but I hope to adapt as quickly as possible. The quality of the match was that we were able to create the gap. There is still a lot of work to do, and we all will do it together.”