“When I got my first call-up I knew that one day I would get to this point. I'm very grateful and humble for the opportunities I have received throughout the years in the Banyana set-up.
“And being the leader today is from a combination of hard work, sacrifice, and we don't disregard the hard work other people have put forward.
“Having different leaders in the team meant a lot. It's not a one-man show. And I think you saw too when we went to lift the trophy there was three of us as captains.
“So it's a collective effort, not a one-man show.”
Jane said the Wafcon victory means she can relax to some extent in her club career, but it also adds pressure at Italian giants Milan.
“I think I will keep on growing. I can relax after this, though now there's also more pressure to keep delivering.”