“It's not just about being the best, it's about maintaining it and staying there".

For Joshua, Talent Ain’t Enough means staying hungry, working hard and, if there is anyone else with more talent, grafting and grafting until you can go past them.


“There are so many talented people in the world and that can be like a god-given thing that you are blessed with,” he says.


“But the message that Talent Ain’t Enough should keep you grounded because you have to keep striving for greatness.


“It is one thing being the best but another thing to maintain it.


“Just say there is a guy who is really skilful who is leaps and bounds ahead of me.


“I am going to be grafting away and working, building and building, and I am going to surpass him one day.

Click to listen to more in this interview with Joshua in which he reveals how he was transformed from a striker to a defender back in his days as a young footballer, and why his favourite player is Cristiano Ronaldo.

"I think footballers can learn a lot from boxing, by having a boxers individual mindset and not relying on your team".