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SUPERSPORT United winger Daine Klate has recovered from a shoulder injury that dogged him for most of last season to be the kingpin in Gavin Hunt's camp.
The diminutive player is enjoying the season of his life and has become a vital cog in Hunt's team on its way to defending the league for the second time.
In a team brimming with talent, Hunt has come to depend on Klate's prowess immensely.
On Saturday, for instance, Klate inspired his team to a 4-2 win over AmaZulu, at Loftus Stadium, scoring a brace in the process.
The first Matsatsantsa goal came came via an own goal by Ntokozo Sikhakhane. Thabo September the found the net, before Klate's double strikes.
AmaZulu's goals were netted by Litha Ngxabi and Belux Kasonga.
Klate has not found the responsibility placed on him by Hunt too heavy, and has earned a place on Carlos Alberto Parreira's Bafana Bafana squad.
United spokesperson David Skosana yesterday welcomed Klate's call-up and praised his team's structures for nurturing his development over the years.
"Daine is a very hard-working player - many are not aware that he stays behind after training and does additional target training and other drills by himself," Skosana said. "We are happy he is in the national team [where] we believe he can make a meaningful contribution.
"In all these years our boys and those of Ajax Cape Town have benefited from the development structures put in place."
United have gone out of their way to discourage individualism and have resisted the portrayal of any one player in their side as a star. While Klate represents all those values effortlessly, his time to shine has arrived.