Zulu not bothered by Chiefs

2016-03-02 13:12
David Zulu (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Chippa United striker David Zulu admits that he is not bothered whether or not Kaizer Chiefs are monitoring his progress.

Zulu has been sent on loan in January at his old club for the rest of the Absa Premiership season after struggling to find game time at Naturena.

However, the 29-year-old is says that he is happy with his performances so far since returning to the Chilli Boys.

"So far I'm happy with my performance, so far so good. What's important to me is the performance of the team than individual glory. As long as I'm helping other players to score," said Zulu as quoted by KickOff.

"I'm not concerned with how Chiefs are monitoring my progress because that might disturb me in my game. My focus is only on helping Chippa United to finish the season in the top three.

"As for my coach at Chippa (Dan Malesela) I can't say if he is happy or not with my contribution so far. He's the only one who can tell, but I hope so."

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