Former Black Leopards head coach, Luc Eymael, has heaped praises on Ghanaian defender, Edwin Gyimah, for his contributions to the club.
Eymael, who is now with Tanzanian giants, Young Africans, said that the versatile Ghanaian defender was one of the players who did well during his tenure as coach of the relegation-threatened team.
"Yes, some of the players were not happy in the beginning when I got there because me, I want my players to work seriously," Eymael told South African football publication, Soccerladuma.
"I want to work with discipline and things like that. Most of the players improved when I was there.
"I can also talk about (Thabiso) Mokoena, (Lesedi) Kapinga and (Edwin) Gyimah, they all did well," he added.
Gyimah, 29, joined the Limpopo-based club in October 18, 2019 and has so far made fifteen league appearances as they battle for survival in the South African ABSA Premiership.
Currently, he is among the three highest-paid players at the club with the others being Thuso Phala and Thabo Matlaba.
Gyimah has previously played for SuperSport United, Mpumalanga Black Aces, Orlando Pirates, Bidvests Wits and Swedish outfit, Helsingborg.
On the international scene, Gyimah has made eight appearances for Ghana at the senior level.