Speedy Samut Prakan City Sea Fang right-winger Jaroensak Wonggorn says he is ceaselessly pushing his ability well over one hundred to bring out his top form for the chance to step on the pitch and help our Thai national War Elephants squad go further in the 2022 World Cup Asian Qualifiers as the upcoming eighth match in the second round will have Thailand face the Malaysia national team. "At the moment my teammates and I remain ready to give everything in our final make-or-break opportunity against Malaysia which will determine our running for a place in the 2023 Asian Cup.
I need to help the team as much as I can; to payback the Thai football fans as we haven’t won a match since we arrived. All of the coaches, players, and staff here with us harbor strong determination and belief in one another. We train hard and aspire for great results. I now see us getting as mentally and physically ready as soon as possible ahead of our showdown with Malaysia. Whether I get the chance to serve on the international field of competition, or not, is strictly Coach’s duty but I know that every member of the team is prepped to the max and would be a worthy option.
I want to personally thank our Team Thailand fans very much for coming even though you had to watch us lose to the UAE. Seeing how our sizeable crowd of Thai football fans was there for us was the best support ever. Whether you live here, made the trip from Thailand, or rooted for us from home it was so nice to see our cheering squad at the stadium under such circumstances. My teammates and I truly appreciated it and were really touched. We are fighting on without doubt to take the Thai national team forward," concludes the honored recipient of the Thai League 2020 Top Assists award.