Cape Town - Ajax
Cape Town striker Thabiso Nkoana hopes to get back to scoring goals as soon as
possible, having last netted in October.
Read: Zulu happy to bide his time
Nkoana remains Ajax’s leading goal-scorer this season,
despite having not added to his tally of six league and cup goals since scoring
against Orlando Pirates in a 4-1 Telkom Knockout defeat on October 25.
The 22-year-old has failed to crack the Ajax starting
line-up over the last couple of months, and has been used sparingly off the
bench by coach Roger De Sa of late.
But having scored twice in a Telkom Knockout match against
Black Aces in early October last year, Nkoana is hoping that he may yet get the
chance to add to his goal tally when the Urban Warriors host AmaZayoni at the
Cape Town Stadium on Wednesday night.
"We know that they haven’t been doing well, but it
still won’t be an easy game for us," Nkoana, who is on loan from
SuperSport United, told Ajax's website.
"We still need to do the business. I would like to get
on the score-sheet and be in the team regularly.
"I’ll just keep working hard and keep focusing on my
career for now and the goals will come," he added.