Johannesburg - Kaizer Chiefs striker Lehlohonolo Majoro hopes his scoring form
continues after bagging his sixth goal of the campaign against Moroka
Majoro, who also netted in a recent 1-1 draw with Jomo Cosmos,
struck in between a Mandla Masango brace at FNB Stadium this past
weekend - much to his obvious delight.
"I feel fresh coming back from the break," Majoro told his club's
official website. "I want to continue scoring goals for the team and I
would like to thank my teammates for the support."
The 25-year-old joined Amakhosi from AmaZulu at the start of the
season and impressed early on with three goals in as many games.
However, he endured a lean period at the end of last year, admitting he
"I felt bit flat towards the end of first round and I also missed
a game or two because of injury but I have put all that behind me and
now I am focused on helping the club to do well in both the league and
the upcoming Nedbank Cup," he said.
"I have not set any target on the number of goals I want to score
before the end of the season. If the opportunity comes I will bury it.
It is not all about me and I will still create for my teammates when I
am called to do so.
"We are a united front at Chiefs; the technical team, players
including the management and it is our belief that we can win something
for the fans this season," concluded the Ladybrand-born player.
Chiefs, lying three points behind PSL leaders Sundowns, next
visit mid-table Bidvest Wits, with the Students last losing 3-1 to