"Just two seasons ago, I was playing in the NFD (National First Division, now known as GladAfrica Championship). I am a strong believer in God, it's His grace, He's showing off His work through me and I am privileged for that."
Goss came through Golden Arrows youth ranks, but played only four games for the Abafana Bes'thende between 2013 and 2017 when he switched to Kings.
At Bafana, Goss faces stiff competition from tried-and-tested keepers in SuperSport United's Ronwen Williams and Keet, his former Wits teammate, who's now plying his trade in Belgium for second-tier outfit OH Leuven.
"I am up for the challenge... They are more experienced than me and I am learning from them."
The biggest regret in life is that he never knew his father.
"... he never showed up. But I never really felt that pain because my mom did everything for me. I'm mama's boy."