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Orlando Pirates star fullback dreams of one day plying his trade in the top tier of English football.

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Orlando Pirates star full back Thabiso James Monyane.

The Pirates star reveals that he has hopes of one day playing in the Premier League, where his friend Lyle Foster will be playing in next season.

Foster’s Burnley side convincingly won promotion to the premier league league after a good season under head coach Vincent Kompany.

The South African youth international told Robert Marawa on MSW that he hoped to leave the South African top-tier league soon.

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He further went on to say how motivated he is to see his childhood friend living his dream.

And Foster is a motivation to him that dreams do come true if you work hard enough for them.

Foster will join a list of South African greats to play in the best league in the world.

Joining the likes of Benni McCarthy, Quinton Fortune, Steven Pienaar, and Lucas Radebe in the list.

While Monyane, on the other hand, still has to cement his place in the Jose Riveiro side before he can think of Europe.

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But it is a possible dream should he wants to work hard for it.

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