Orlando Pirates coach Jose Riveiro has highlighted what attacking midfielder Karim Kimvuidi must do to tick all boxes at the club.
The DR Congo midfielder is yet to establish himself in Jose Riveiro’s team despite his technical abilities.
So far, he has made 12 appearances in all competitions, seven of which were in the DStv Premiership.
With no goals to his name, the attacking midfielder Karim Kimvuidi has often been overlooked while the likes of Relebohile Mofokeng get the nod.
While acknowledging Kimvuidi’s talent, Riveiro has highlighted what the former needs to do to get it right.
JOSE RIVEIRO REVEALS WHAT HE WANTS KARIM KIMVUIDI TO DO
The Spaniard emphasised the need for the ex-Maritzburg United midfielder to be a complete player.
“We have an excellent group. What you see, everyone can see. These types of players like Karim [Kimvuidi], fans want to see him.
“But we want to help him to be more complete as a football player. Nowadays in football, they need to be competitive in every aspect. It’s not enough with three or four aspects.
“You will need to be more consistent in every aspect and not be too good or so good in two or three aspects. With players like him, we are trying to [make] him complete because he has all the conditions to be an exceptional player, more frequent and consistent.
“It’s going to happen, it’s a question of time. I’m 100% sure, it will happen. As a human being, Karim is a lovely guy and is always trying to do his best. He is always trying to integrate himself in a group that has talented players as well,” Riveiro said.
Kimvuidi joined the Soweto giants this season as they prepared for the CAF Champions League where they failed. The 21-year-old was a marvel at Maritzburg last season, particularly with his dribbling skills and creativity.