Cape Town - AmaZulu striker Bongani Ndulula is confident that his side will avoid relegation, provided they show teamwork, commitment and hard work.
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The Durban-based outfit head into the international break rooted to the foot of the Premiership standings, albeit with a game in hand on 15th-placed Moroka Swallows, who are four points clear.
However, Ndulula is refusing to allow their current predicament to get him down, saying he will do everything within his power to ensure they steer clear of relegation.
"Teamwork, commitment and hard work will get us out of this position," he told his club's official website.
"I am confident that the results will come our way, we are working very hard and every player knows what is at stake at the moment."
Ndulula has been eased back into action by coach Steve Barker after recovering from injury and he will get the chance to contribute to his side's cause in the absence of the suspended Bonginkosi Ntuli.
Commenting on his return to fitness, Ndulula added: "The good thing is that we have quality players in the team, so when I am not playing there are other players who are able to get the job done.
"The injury is always a setback because it plays a role in your confidence as a player.
"Despite that I am ready to go all out and help the club and at the end of the day it is not about individuals.
"Our focus is on the club and that is why it doesn't really matter who starts in the games."