Cape Town - Orlando Pirates striker Lehlohonolo Majoro is hopeful he can maintain his fine goal-scoring form to eventually finish the season as the Premiership's top scorer.
The South Africa international has already racked up seven goals this season, leaving him just one off the pace of current top scorers Puleng Tlolane and Moeketsi Sekola.
And, having netted in each of his last two games, including against AmaZulu on Wednesday, Majoro is confident he can push on and eventually claim the Golden Boot award come the end of the campaign.
"I always try by all means to beat my previous record without putting unnecessary pressure on myself," he said.
"So far so good because I'm on the right track. I did manage to score in our last game [against Bloemfontein Celtic] before the close for the AFCON break and now I came back and I have managed to score again.
"In saying that, I will continue to work hard and hopefully things will fall into place to be a top goalscorer if that is what God has desired for me this season."