Cape Town - Orlando Pirates striker Lehlohonolo Majoro hopes he can score more regularly when he dons the black jersey.
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Speaking to the clubs official website, Majoro reveals that the players have been pushing him hard during training.
“On a personal level, I am happy with the way I have been playing lately, especially my goal scoring form,” said Majoro.
“It’s also important to note that this is largely through the commitment from the team; we are family.
“They have been pushing me hard at training and keeping me positive from the time when I arrived at Pirates till now, so I owe it to them and the supporters to give my best in training to push those who will play in the next couple of games until I am available for selection against Free State Stars where I hope to continue my goal scoring exploits for the Club.”
Majoro will miss Pirates’ Nedbank Cup opener against Tornado FC on Wednesday, and also two PSL clashes against Polokwane City and Free State Stars after receiving a red card for blatantly stomping on Platinum Stars player Mahlatsi Makudubela.