Indonesia youngster Saddil Ramdani has said that he is not satisfied with the kind of displays he has produced following his move to Malaysia Super League side Pahang FA.
The 20-year-old from Indonesia switched to Pahang from Indonesia Liga 1 side Persela Lamongan in January, but is yet to make a big impact despite being one of the most valued U-23 player in the Malaysian top flight.
“Personally, I have never been satisfied in the matches that I have played in so far because there’s still so much to learn in order for me to become a better player all round,” Saddil told New Straits Times in an interview.
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“What I must do is to work hard and play even better. However for now, I am thankful for all the assistance and cooperation that has been extended to me which I really appreciate,” the winger said.
Saddil’s Pahang find themselves only second to reigning champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) on the Malaysia Super League points table. They are unbeaten in the league winning five and drawing three matches and are only two points behind JDT.
They had the chance to go level on points with the Southern Tigers last week, however were held to a 1-1 draw by Petaling Jaya City FC. They will now face fifth-placed PKNS FC in their next fixture on Sunday.
Calling the draw against PJ City FC a disappointing result, Saddil said that Pahang will go all out against PKNS FC on Sunday. “This is why my teammates and I will go all out to ensure that Pahang perform well even though we will be playing away from home,” the Indonesia international said.